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Linux News for Jun 22, 2002

  • Kernel Cousin GNUe #33 (Jun 22, 2002, 23:00)
    The latest news from the GNUe Project.

  • Kernel Cousin KDE #39 by Seigo and Appel (Jun 22, 2002, 11:00)
    The latest message traffic from the KDE developer's mailing list.

  • KDE.org: KDE 3.1 Release Schedule and Feature Plan Now Available (Jun 22, 2002, 08:30)
    "KDE 3.1 is the first feature release in the KDE 3.x series..."

  • MLUG.CA: The Linux Conspiracy (Jun 22, 2002, 07:00)
    And now for something completely different... a look at why all of the studies, white papers, and analyses about Linux could probably be taken with a really big grain of salt.

  • Reuters: Kremlin's New Web Site Stands Up to Hacker Threats (Jun 22, 2002, 05:30)
    And they owe it all to Red Hat and Apache: "Almost 100 hackers have tried to break into Russian President Vladimir Putin's new Internet Web site in the first 24 hours of its existence but none has yet succeeded, the Kremlin said on Friday..."

  • Mandrake Linux Community Newsletter -- Issue #47 (Jun 22, 2002, 04:00)
    This Week's Summary: 8.2 DVD-only Special at MandrakeStore; Mandrake Linux Servers Invade the Internet; Increase of Capital Continues; Business Case of the Week; Latest MandrakeClub Activities; Spotlight on the Linux Weekly News; What's New at MandrakeUser.org?; This Week's Survey; Headlines from MandrakeForum.

  • ZDNet: Is Red Hat Going to be the Next Microsoft? (Jun 22, 2002, 02:30)
    "Could Red Hat become the next Microsoft -- that is, could it become the dominant (not necessarily domineering) operating systems provider? What a ridiculous proposition, you might say. How could a little company that provides Linux open source software hope to topple Microsoft...?"

  • CNET News: Study: Equal Security in All Software (Jun 22, 2002, 01:00)
    "Proprietary programs should mathematically be as secure as those developed under the open-source model, a Cambridge University researcher argued in a paper presented Thursday at a technical conference in Toulouse, France..."