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Developer Linux News for Dec 09, 2010

  • Next Debian release to support ZFS (Dec 09, 2010, 23:03)
    IT Wire: "The next release of Debian GNU/Linux, Squeeze, will include support for ZFS using the official installer."

  • Announcing Brendan�s Online Comparison Engine (Dec 09, 2010, 21:03)
    Open Source Law: Fed up with the absence of a decent diff engine I've started working on my own. And it's available through a web interface.

  • Inappropriate use of the Debian logo? (Dec 09, 2010, 18:33)
    Yet Another SanACL's blog: "The debian-legal is a great source of knowledge about legal issues related to FLOSS. A couple of days ago one of the contributors sent a mail informing that a computer shop has taken the Debian logo and used it for his business."

  • Animating Graphic Objects using Python (Dec 09, 2010, 16:33)
    Packt: "The previous article, Python Graphics: Animation Principles, starts with examples of simple sequences of a circle in different positions and systematically progresses to smoothly-moving animations of elastic balls bouncing inside a gravity field."

  • Backtestground (Dec 09, 2010, 14:33)
    Thorwil's Design for Free Software: "Backtestground is a project collecting a few tools to aid in designing wallpapers."

  • Review of the new Komodo IDE 6: Great new features, one gripe (Dec 09, 2010, 14:03)
    TechRepublic: "For those in the market for a quality developer's IDE (Integrated Development Environment), the recently released Komodo IDE 6 is definitely worth looking at. I've been using Komodo since its first version and it steadily keeps getting better."

  • Linux Foundation Announces Certifications to Linux Standard Base 4.0 and Public Beta 4.1 (Dec 09, 2010, 11:03)
    Linux Foundation: "The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization dedicated to accelerating the growth of Linux, today announced that all the leading commercial Linux companies are certified to Linux Standard Base 4.0 (LSB 4.0), including Canonical, Kylin, Linpus, Mandriva, Neoshine, Novell, Oracle, Red Flag and Red Hat."

  • Disharmony Over Harmony in the Java Community (Dec 09, 2010, 07:03)
    IT World: "The Register is reporting today that the Apache Software Foundation seems to have lost its bid to have the Java Community Process (JCP) vote down the roadmaps for Java 7 and 8"