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Developer Linux News for Mar 13, 2002

  • Rik van Riel: rmap VM Kernel RPM (Mar 13, 2002, 23:00)
    "The -rmap (reverse mapping) VM is an attempt to fix some of the fundamental virtual memory management problems that have plagued Linux since its introduction to larger machines and more complex workloads. It is an attempt at a more flexible and robust VM."

  • interview: William Lee Irwin III (Mar 13, 2002, 19:00)
    This week's interview is with William Lee Irwin III, (aka "wli" on the #kernelnewbies IRC channel), who is one of the developers helping to implement a reverse mapping feature into the Linux kernel.

  • Stuff: NZ Minister's Reply Leaves Open Source Lobby Cold (Mar 13, 2002, 14:30)
    "Christchurch open source software advocate Dave Lane says the Government has produced an 'anaemic' reply to a call by more than 360 New Zealand IT professionals for a review of the dominance of Microsoft Windows-based applications in Government computing."

  • AbiWord Weekly News #83, (2002, week 9-10, released 2002.03.11) by Jesper Skov (Mar 13, 2002, 01:30)
    "More features completed, and many many Bugs fixed. As usual, we could use help testing Bugs in QA, so please dig in!"