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  • LinuxPR: Tripwire Open Source, Linux Edition, Now Available (Oct 27, 2000, 22:06)
    "Honoring Commitment to the Linux Community."

  • GNOME Documentation Project Status Report #3 (Oct 27, 2000, 21:34)
    "Welcome to the third issue of the GNOME Documentation Project Status Report. As always, lots of exciting things are going on. Nautilus is getting even better at rendering SGML documents, ScrollKeeper is quickly approaching its first beta release...."

  • ZDNet UK: Hackers burgle Microsoft source code (Oct 27, 2000, 13:57)
    "The hackers were believed to have used hacker software to send sensitive passwords to an email address in St. Petersburg, Russia. The passwords were then used to transfer source code -- the tightly-protected blueprints that reveal the inner workings of software -- to computers outside of the Microsoft campus."

  • Eazel Will Influence Re-vamped GNOME Interface Team (Oct 27, 2000, 13:28)
    Miguel de Icaza recently announced the reorganization of the GNOME User Interface team. Brian Proffitt spoke to Icaza and UI team leader Arlo Rose about the role Eazel will play in GNOME interface decisions, some of which we'll be seeing in next week's second preview release of Nautilus, Eazel's upcoming GNOME file manager.

  • Linus Torvalds: 2.4.0-test10-pre6 (Oct 27, 2000, 07:58)
    "Thanks to everybody who has been testing.
    pre6 has tons of small fixes, the most noticeable of which are..."

  • NWFS Imaging/Migration tools for Linux Posted (Oct 27, 2000, 07:53)
    "These tools allow IT personnel to boot NetWare servers on DOS, W2K, or Linux, and compress and archive entire volume sets of a NetWare server's data into offline archives for migrating and consolidating NetWare servers and moving large amounts of user data over to Linux systems."

  • Zope Weekly News for October 25, 2000 (Oct 27, 2000, 07:29)
    "Zope Weekly News is a digest of some of the useful and interesting events which have occurred on the various Zope mailing lists and the site."