Infrastructure Linux News for Jun 29, 2004
MyLinuxNews: 2004 Not The Year of the Linux Desktop, 2005 Probably (Jun 29, 2004, 23:30)
"So people said that 2004 is the year for Linux. Surely there
have been a significant number of developments that the fruits of
are now just being seen..."
SKN Informatyki: Aurox 9.3 Review (Jun 29, 2004, 23:00)
"Aurox 9.3 is a Polish Linux distribution based on Fedora Core
Tonight Live: The Road to LinuxWorld & Microsoft on The Linux Show!! (Jun 29, 2004, 22:00)
"We will cover the hot news of the week including: Microsoft,
Microsoft, Microsoft, Microsoft, Microsoft, Novell and a little
SCO; plus a clueless pundit or two..."
iTnews: Sun Sheds Light on Plans to Open Source Solaris (Jun 29, 2004, 19:30)
JavaOne: "...[B]ut the vendor's ultimate
strategy to release the source code for its proprietary Unix-based
OS remains far from clear..."
Groklaw: SCO's Memo in Opposition to DC's Motion to Dismiss (Jun 29, 2004, 19:00)
"As you can imagine, SCO has to dance mighty fast to make it
seem like DaimlerChrysler's not answering their certification
letter as fast as they unilaterally demanded caused SCO serious
LinuxWorld Australia: Novell and IBM Combine on Linux Training (Jun 29, 2004, 11:30)
"Novell and IBM have joined forces to offer IT professionals a
series of one-day Linux technical workshops across Australia and
eWeek: BlueGlue Tools Expedite Open-Source Development (Jun 29, 2004, 08:30)
JavaOne: "Open source software is expected to
play large at this week's JavaOne show here, not only on the
operating system and application server fronts, but also in
NewsForge: gLabels: Ready for Prime Time (Jun 29, 2004, 07:45)
"gLabels, a GNOME program that makes and prints all sorts of
labels and business cards, seems to be capable of handling just
about any task you throw at it..."
Mad Penguin: Xandros Open Circulation Edition Reviewed (Jun 29, 2004, 04:00)
"Next time my grandparents get a new computer, Windows will not
be on it..."
The Jem Report: Pronunciation of Software Names (Jun 29, 2004, 01:45)
"This article will examine how language is used in the Free and
Open Source Software community and how you as a newcomer can more
easily fit in by using the right pronunciations for the right