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Infrastructure Linux News for Oct 23, 2001

  • Tonight Live: Should We Call For Public Protest Against SSSCA and Disney, Atipa (Oct 23, 2001, 21:31)
    This week: the latest Linux news, Windows XP, call for a Disney protest, and Marc Torres of Atipa for a Linux corporate autopsy.

  • W3.org: Community Feedback Sought on VoiceXML 2.0 (Oct 23, 2001, 20:18)
    "Today, W3C announced that VoiceXML 2.0 has been issued as a first public Working Draft. Press materials went across various wire services. Rather than send simply a press release here, W3C would like to give more specific information of interest to Linux Today readers. Of note is a section from the "Status of the document" section of VoiceXML 2.0 draft..."

  • Debian Weekly News - October 23rd, 2001 (Oct 23, 2001, 19:42)
    Some of this week's highlights: DWN covers Progeny's decision to halt work on its distribution; announces that the next Debian release will be v3.0 (and notes that Hurd won't be ready); and offers some commentary on RMS's request of the gnome-summary team to cease mention of non-free software: "While we respect all of the work that RMS has done, and it's a lot, we don't think that refusing to talk about non-free software is the answer."

  • Kernel Traffic #138 by Zack Brown (Oct 23, 2001, 16:53)
    Mailing list threads from the Linux Kernel Development Team.

  • LinuxDevices.com: Introducing HP's "CoolBase" platform (Oct 23, 2001, 14:49)
    "Hewlett-Packard Labs researcher Wesley Chan introduces the embedded Linux community to the innovative R&D activities taking place within HP's 'Cooltown' program. Chan defines the initiative's philosophy and goals, describes several key open source software and hardware components that have been developed, and explains how developers and companies can join in creating the Cooltown vision of a world in which 'humans are mobile, devices and services are federated and context-aware, and everything has a web presence.'"