Linux News for Jun 30, 2007
Linux Development Part 1 (Jun 30, 2007, 22:00)
GameDev: "Finding information about how to
develop and publish games for Linux is difficult..."
Linux Works on Sun Server Partitions (Jun 30, 2007, 20:00)
CNET News: "A Linux kernel programmer has got
Linux running on a logical domain, Sun Microsystems' term for an
operating system partition on its newer UltraSparc-based
The Next Big Thing? Four Open Source Start-Ups to Watch (Jun 30, 2007, 18:00)
Computer Business Review: "A group of open
source start-ups have appeared on CBR's radar in recent
Desperately Seeking Xen (Jun 30, 2007, 16:00)
InteropNews: "What's going on with Xen, the
open source hypervisor that was supposed to give VMware a run for
There They Go Again: It's Time to Just Say No to Microsoft and Ecma (Jun 30, 2007, 14:00)
ConsortiumInfo: "Should ISO/IEC JTC1 approve
OOXML, and if so, why not? This morning's news provides the best
evidence for why the answer should be 'no.'
Open Source @ Novell: Justin Steinman Speaks (Jun 30, 2007, 12:00)
CNET News: "However, I chose to include Novell
because I wanted to give the company a chance to tell its side of
the story, given all the flak (much of it from me) it has taken on
its patent deal with Microsoft..."
QuickBooks and Linux: A Server Story (Jun 30, 2007, 10:00)
Small Business Computing: "For a lot of
small-to-medium-sized business, the holdout has been Quickbooks
NetBeans: Introductions to the Open-Source Project, More Than an IDE (Jun 30, 2007, 08:00)
Developer.com: "NetBeans is more than an IDE.
It is also an open-source project, community, and a rich client
So Long, and Thanks for All the Penguins (Jun 30, 2007, 06:00)
Network World: "In my last Linux & Open
Source newsletter, I'd like to thank the tens of thousands of
subscribers who have read loyally over the last eight years..."
Is Red Hat the Pot Calling the Kettle Black? (Jun 30, 2007, 04:00)
Ruminations on the Digital Realm: "My my. Who
would have thought that Microsoft actually would dominate the
discussions in the world of Linux and Open Source..."
GPLv3 License Marks GNU's Decline (Jun 30, 2007, 02:00)
The Jem Report: "We will look back on this and
say that June 29, 2007 was the day when the Free Software
Foundation jumped the shark, creating an impassable chasm where
there was already an uncomfortable rift between the Free Software
Foundation and GNU Project..."
GPLv3 Arrives, But Nobody Seems to Care (Jun 30, 2007, 00:00)
Linux-Watch:"Now that the GPLv3 (GNU General
Public License Version 3) has finally been released, however,
there's one wee problem..."