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Linux News for Oct 28, 2007

  • The Battle For Wesnoth [Review] (Oct 28, 2007, 20:00)
    Phoronix: "From conceiving your own units and characters to forging the worlds you dream of being in, the Battle for Wesnoth is a must-have download for any gamer out there..."

  • Vixta: Nice Concept, Incomplete Execution (Oct 28, 2007, 16:00)
    Linux.com: "Vixta is a new Linux distribution, first released only last month, based on the not-yet-released Fedora 8. Its main objective is to emulate the visual aspects of Microsoft Vista..."

  • Is Linux Really Losing Market Share to Windows? (Oct 28, 2007, 14:00)
    Linux-Watch: "I, for one, think that what IDC is measuring and what server operating systems people are really using are two entirely different things..."

  • Linux-Friendly Browser Syncs Devices, Desktops (Oct 28, 2007, 12:00)
    LinuxDevices: "Multi-platform browser vendor Opera Software today released a synchronization program said to share Opera browser information among desktops, mobile phones, and other devices..."

  • Maybe UCANN School ICANN on Whois (Oct 28, 2007, 04:00)
    Linux Journal: "Raise your hand if you use whois every day. Even if your hand isn't up, and you just regard whois as an essential sysadmin tool, this post is for you..."

  • A Letter to the Gnome Foundation (Oct 28, 2007, 02:00)
    Fanatic Attack: "It appears that the Gnome Foundation is participating in ECMA TC 451 regarding resolving comments and contradictions for DIS 29500 ['a standard for Office Open XML File Formats']..."

  • VMware vs. Xen vs. Microsoft (Oct 28, 2007, 00:00)
    LinuxWorld: "Yet open source Xen, which doesn't even make the single digits on any analyst's set of predictions, and its commercial instantiation XenSource may still have a chance in the corporate market..."