Infrastructure Linux News for Aug 13, 2004
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ZDNet UK: Trademark Claims Loom for Firms Bearing 'Linux' (Aug 13, 2004, 19:00)
"Companies in Australia with Linux in their name are being
warned that action over the trademark could occur next year..."
OpenOffice.org Team Cautiously Optimistic On AOL Office (Aug 13, 2004, 14:30)
"Those advocates include members of the OpenOffice.org
development community--though their applause is a little restrained
as they wait to see what exactly AOL Office will look like..."
I, Cringely: Open and Shut (Aug 13, 2004, 10:00)
"...I have to write about an issue I'm tangentially involved
in--how people can and can't make money from Open Source software
distributed under the Free Software Foundation's General Public
DevX: Track Your Apps with the Open Source Logging Framework, Log4j (Aug 13, 2004, 07:00)
"Find out how Log4j, a logging framework from Apache, can handle
both simple and advanced (multi-app, multi-machine) logging
Linux Journal: cat/dev/DiBona/brain: Inside the .org Pavilion (Aug 13, 2004, 04:00)
"The coolest and most up-and-coming products and projects
usually can be found in the .org pavilion..."
LinuxInsider: Windows XP SP2 and the Risk of a Linux Backlash (Aug 13, 2004, 02:30)
"Most of the Windows people eager and willing to make that sale
know perfectly well that they shouldn't..."
Barr, Jones Fire Back at Enderle (Aug 13, 2004, 01:00)
Joe Barr has jumped in with his opinion on Robert Enderle's
recent keynote at SCOforum, and Pamela Jones has here own theories
on the next battleground of SCO's IP fight. Newsforge, Groklaw
article links within.