IT Management Linux News for Dec 06, 2005
ADTmag: Red Hat Supports Certification and Production for Software Stacks (Dec 06, 2005, 19:00)
"Red Hat said on Tuesday that it has launched a new service to
provide certification and production support for open-source
eWeek: Irish Eyes Are Smiling on Open Source (Dec 06, 2005, 17:30)
"Initiatives are under way to create an Open Source Center of
Excellence across Ireland that will provide the expertise to
examine and discuss the use and potential of open source going
DCC: The DCC Alliance Releases Common, Standards-Compliant Core for Debian GNU/Linux Distributions (Dec 06, 2005, 14:30)
"Major Linux vendors and non-profit organizations today
officially released DCC 3.0..."
IT Manager's Journal: Does Ingres Buyout Portend a Better Future? (Dec 06, 2005, 12:15)
"Even if you are not one of Computer Associates' 10,000 Ingres
customers, the move last month by the company to sell Ingres to two
venture capitalists probably got your attention..."
Free Software Magazine: Free Software Events for November 2005 (Dec 06, 2005, 11:30)
"After a hectic October in the free software world, in which we
witnessed events including the launch of OpenOffice.org 2.0 and
MySQL 5.0, I thought November would be quieter and that I'd be
struggling to find material for this article..."
LXer: Paper Machines and Phantom Computers--Has Microsoft Gone Too Far Against Linux? (Dec 06, 2005, 03:00)
"Has Microsoft repeated history in its fight against Linux? We
wonder if the Redmond company has confused the proposed
implementation of the Open Document Format as part of the fight
Jonathan's Blog: Free Grows Revenue--Just Ask Your Carrier (Dec 06, 2005, 02:30)
"Our announcement yesterday, to combine our Java Enterprise
System into Solaris, and to deliver it all as free and open source
software, has generated no small amount of buzz..."
The Sydney Morning Herald: AIIA Open Source Event a Closed Shop (Dec 06, 2005, 00:30)
"The Australian Information Industry Association appears to have
decided to educate the corporate world about the use of open source
software--but it doesn't want any media present while it does