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Infrastructure Linux News for Jan 15, 2004

  • Fedorazine: Progeny Update Service (Jan 15, 2004, 23:00)
    "So while we're sitting back and trying to overcome fear and inertia, we're trying out a subscription to Progeny's update service..."

  • Groklaw: Declaration of Ryan E. Tibbitts (Jan 15, 2004, 15:30)
    "Here is the Declaration of Ryan E. Tibbitts, which was attached to SCO's Notice of Compliance. It's his 'Santa ate my files' document..."

  • eWeek: Mass. Softens Stance on Proprietary Software (Jan 15, 2004, 14:30)
    "Massachusetts has finalized its IT acquisition policy, moving from what originally appeared to be a shift toward specifying open-source software to more of a focus on open standards..."

  • LinuxWorld Australia: Linux Breaks Desktop Barrier in 2004: Torvalds (Jan 15, 2004, 14:00)
    Linux.conf.au: "This year will see Linux finally crack the lucrative desktop market as more commercial software vendors tool up and cash in on the operating system and kernel developers improve graphical interface integration says cult hero and Linux founder Linus Torvalds..."

  • iTnews: NOIE: Forget Open Source, What About Open Standards? (Jan 15, 2004, 13:00)
    "The federal government appears unlikely to endorse proposals to make open source software its preferred solution, but it is keen to promote the use of open standards, agency officials have indicated..."

  • CrossNodes: Graceful UPS Shutdowns on Linux (Jan 15, 2004, 08:30)
    There's nothing pleasant about the data corruption or even hardware damage that can result from a power failure. This article explores how UPS units and a couple of Linux UPS tools can help safeguard your mission-critical computers.

  • News.com.au: Open Source Boost Unlikely (Jan 15, 2004, 04:00)
    "Australia is unlikely to ever introduce pro-open source software policies at a federal level, despite a successful move to mandate the consideration of OSS in the ACT..."