Infrastructure Linux News for Mar 26, 2007
Linux Evangelist: Zones (Mar 26, 2007, 22:30)
"Well, we all fall under some category because Human Beings
always live life in certain pattern..."
InfoWorld: Mr. Gates, Tear Down These Walls (Mar 26, 2007, 21:45)
"IBM's latest filing in the SCO case looks particularly damning;
it may finally be curtains for SCO..."
Some People Don't Like the OLPC (Mar 26, 2007, 21:00)
Two articles arguing against the OLPC. One is meant to be funny;
the other not.
Computerworld Australia: Six Tips for Linux, Open Source Desktop Migrations (Mar 26, 2007, 20:15)
"Planning a migration from Windows PCs to Linux-based desktops
is no small task. Here are six issues and strategies to consider
before getting started..."
Linux.com: Open Source at CeBIT 2007 (Mar 26, 2007, 17:15)
"Although CeBIT has been shrinking steadily for the past few
years, there were still plenty of interesting things and exciting
products on display at the big trade show earlier this month,
especially if you are interested in open source..."
Linux-Watch: Tempest in a Groklaw Tea-Cup (Mar 26, 2007, 15:45)
"A recent InformationWeek story implied that Groklaw editor
Pamela Jones is 'receiving financial support from IBM.' The
CBC: Adopting Ubuntu (Mar 26, 2007, 12:45)
"In all the 'switcher' TV ads that the folks in Apple's
marketing department have come up with, the choice is always the
eHomeUpgrade: Novell Spoof Ad Campaign: Mac vs. PC vs. Linux (Mar 26, 2007, 10:30)
Now it looks like Novell/SUSE Linux wants to get in on the fun
with couple of pro-Linux spoofs of their own..." [Linked Flash
downloadSquad: Linux MCE Looks Hot (Mar 26, 2007, 09:00)
"Take the leap to watch a demonstration of the Linux MCE project
running on a home TV, and a comparison to Windows Media Center
Edition..." [Flash video review.]
Linux.com: VLC Beyond the Basics (Mar 26, 2007, 07:30)
"VideoLAN's VLC is a cross-platform media player with a simple
interface that doesn't require a degree in rocket science to
Technocrat: Why Free Software isn't Public Domain (Mar 26, 2007, 00:00)
"Raconteur GuyFawkes starts out discussing DRM and control of
written works, and suggests that the very idea of such is