Developer Linux News for Sep 30, 2010
Beginners FOSS localisation manual released on International Translation Day (Sep 30, 2010, 22:02)
Friedel en ander frappanthede: "Today is
international translation day! As part of the African Network for
Localisation (ANLoc), I have been writing a book on the
localisation of Free and Open Source Software (FOSS)."
On the fly Preview on Quanta (also, my first real code for KDE) (Sep 30, 2010, 19:32)
KDE Rio Grande do Sul: "Since I begin to use
KDE, my big desire It was to contribut with code, but I would have
to study different things (indeed that was what I wanted the most:
a challenge), and I admit that I thought many times that I would
never be able to do it."
Mobile App Developers Favor Android Over Apple iOS: Survey (Sep 30, 2010, 18:32)
Enterprise Mobile Today: "Developers are the
lifeblood of any device and, according the latest results of a
survey conducted by application developer tools and services
provider Appcelerator and IDC, Google's Android mobile operating
system has more going for it today and into the future than Apple's
What's that Android app doing with my data? (Sep 30, 2010, 17:32)
CNet: "Researchers from Intel Labs, Duke
University, and Pennsylvania State University have created a tool
that analyzes how Android apps handle the data they access on
smartphones. Results from experiments on 30 apps might surprise
Marcan Names PS3 Linux Bootloader on Firmware 3.41 AsbestOS (Sep 30, 2010, 16:32)
PS3 News: "Nintendo Wii developer Marcan has
been sharing updates via Twitter on his progress with a PS3 Linux
bootloader, one that is currently working on PlayStation 3 Firmware
3.41 (including on the PS3 Slim) and now named AsbestOS."
Nagios Trademark Truth (Sep 30, 2010, 16:02)
Nagios: "Several community members have asked
about the Nagios trademark and rumors of trademark problems with a
German company called NETWAYS. This post will hopefully clear some
Creating Open Source GUI Apps With C++ and GTKMM (Sep 30, 2010, 15:02)
Acrossad: "My interest in C++ as a programming
language started out as a fascination with solving problems by
writing programs designed to run from the command line. The natural
progression from this interest led me to want to write GUI
applications for GNU/Linux and Windows"
Marketing Bug: How Do I Contact You? (Sep 30, 2010, 13:02)
Free Software Magazine: "I don't know how many
times I've run into this particular mistake, but free software
developers keep making it, so I think it's worth a brief post"
The fai project moved its $HOME (Sep 30, 2010, 04:32)
FAI project: The FAI project announced, that
it moved its $HOME to a new domain name.