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Developer Linux News for Sep 14, 2010

  • Beginning Web Developer Course: Installing Your Web Software (Sep 14, 2010, 21:06)
    HTML Goodies: "Let's take a breather from all the heavy cPanel details we've been covering and talk about the software on your shared server - what you have, what's available, what you should install, and what you can safely ignore."

  • Resolution: welcome non-packaging contributors as Debian project members (Sep 14, 2010, 20:06)
    LWN.net: "in recent events I've attended as DPL, the topic of welcoming non-packaging contributors as project members has been a recurring one. Since it was also part of my platform and since DPL terms don't last forever, I feel it's time to have a project-wide decision on the topic."

  • Open Source Licensing Goes Mobile (Sep 14, 2010, 18:36)
    Developer.com: "Open source licenses are being widely used inside of mobile app store applications, according to a new study from software services and support vendor OpenLogic."

  • Citizen Linus (Sep 14, 2010, 18:06)
    LWN.net: "I need to go do voter registration and socsec update first, though - I became a US citizen last week"

  • Debian Backports service becoming official (Sep 14, 2010, 14:36)
    Debian: "The Debian Project is proud to announce that the backports service, previously available at www.backports.org [1] is now an official Debian service available at backports.debian.org [2]."

  • LinuxCon Brazil: Q&A with Linus and Andrew (Sep 14, 2010, 13:06)
    LWN.net: "Linus Torvalds rarely makes appearances at conferences, and it's even less common for him to get up in front of the crowd and speak. He made an exception for LinuxCon Brazil, though, where he and Andrew Morton appeared in a question and answer session led by Linux Foundation director Jim Zemlin. The resulting conversation covered many aspects of kernel development, its processes, and its history."