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Infrastructure Linux News for Nov 27, 2001

  • Mandrake Linux Community Newsletter -- Issue #20 (Nov 27, 2001, 20:41)
    This week: Business Survey; Mandrake in the News; What's Cooking at MandrakeSoft?; Business Case of the Week; Software Updates; This Week's Online Poll; Top Stories from MandrakeForum; What's New at MandrakeUser.org?

  • ZDNet: Mandrake 8.1 offers superior server platform (Nov 27, 2001, 20:04)
    "Mandrake Linux 8.1 represents a significant step toward a serious, reliable alternative to Microsoft Windows' server and desktop operating systems. This latest version offers numerous server-based features that IT managers will find extremely attractive, and invaluable support features for system administrators, as well as an extremely user-friendly desktop environment, loaded with numerous applications and utilities."

  • Tonight Live: We are Back >> talking about Galeon 1.0 and other "stuff" (Nov 27, 2001, 17:55)
    Tonight's show: XP's not a stellar seller, first looks at Galeon 1.0

  • ServerWatch: IBM Commits to Red Hat Linux Across eServer Line (Nov 27, 2001, 17:09)
    "IBM and Red Hat strengthened their relationship today with the announcement that the companies will collaborate on support, services and software for Red Hat Linux across the entire IBM eServer product line, including the xSeries, zSeries, iSeries, and pSeries."

  • KDE.org: The People Behind KDE: Matthias "Kalle" Dalheimer (Nov 27, 2001, 14:50)
    "Claim to Fame: Founding member of the KDE project, wrote the first version of the KApplication and KConfig classes, built the first KDE RPM packages, wrote the first KDE autoconf macros, was leader of the group that ported StarOffice to Linux."

  • InfoWorld: Open-source originals (Nov 27, 2001, 13:57)
    "Before the birth of the PC, the roots of the open-source community were already established. In fact, the notion of paying for software was a largely new concept to the home computer user community."

  • Announcement: Eclipse Webcast to Announce Board of Directors, Provide Overview of New IDE (Nov 27, 2001, 12:58)
    On Thursday, November 29, eclipse.org will be hosting a webcast announcing its board of directors and an overview of this the open sourced platform. This will give Linux users a fully mature IDE that can be deployed on Linux workstations. Developers using Eclipse on Linux can also collaborate with developers using Eclipse on Windows, and vise-versa. Also, the whole thing is open sourced so developers can check out the code.