Infrastructure Linux News for Apr 28, 2005
eWeek: Open-Xchange Server 5 Eases Migration (Apr 28, 2005, 19:00)
"Users can retain their preferred mail and groupware client,
usually Microsoft Corp.'s Outlook but also open-source clients such
Silicon.com: Thumbs-Down for 'Irrelevant' Linux and Grid, Say Manufacturers (Apr 28, 2005, 15:15)
"Manufacturers in Europe and North America are finally getting
turned on to RFID--but they're jumping rather than being
Mad Penguin: Java in OpenOffice.org: Proprietary Trap or Creative Commons? (Apr 28, 2005, 13:45)
"Instead, this article is going to look at one narrow theme,
albeit an important one: The increased role that Java plays in this
new OOo 2.0 release..."
NewsForge: Review: Mandriva Limited Edition 2005 (Apr 28, 2005, 11:30)
"Shortly after announcing the merger of Mandrakesoft and
Conectiva into Mandriva, the newly combined company released a
transitional 'limited edition' GNU/Linux distribution to bridge the
gap between the two parent distributions..."
dot.KDE: Hai Ti Comic Teaches KDE (Apr 28, 2005, 08:30)
"Today's copy of Namibian newspaper The Namibian comes with a
computer education comic featuring KDE..."
NewsForge: Firefox News Readers Run the Gamut (Apr 28, 2005, 05:30)
"However, there are numerous news reading extensions available
that provide a full range of additional capabilities, from 'just
the basics' to options for managing and using collections of news
ReallyLinux: Linux Key to IT Education and Development in Africa (Apr 28, 2005, 02:30)
"Why propose technology education in Africa? The outsider
mentality is that much of Africa is an untamed realm of economic
depression and social disintegration..."
WebProNews: The Real Target Of Adobe-Macromedia Merger (Apr 28, 2005, 01:45)
"It's not who you may think. Consider the combined technologies
of the two companies, and you may conclude Microsoft is marked for
Groklaw: More Monterey Proof and Caldera's Hopes for Linux & UnixWare
(Apr 28, 2005, 00:15)
"Readers are sending me more proof that Monterey was indeed
always intended to run on POWER..."