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Developer Linux News for Apr 10, 2002

  • LinuxPlanet: Geodesic Seeks More Linux Believers (Apr 10, 2002, 19:00)
    As Linux becomes more of an everyday platform in the corporate world, the need for more robust and sophisticated application environments becomes even more crucial. Jacqueline Emigh takes a look at how one Chicago-based development firm is meeting the needs of some very particular clientele.

  • Python 2.2.1 Released (Apr 10, 2002, 17:30)
    "We've released a bugfix release of Python, 2.2.1! This release should be fully compatible with Python 2.2. Everyone using 2.2 is recommended to upgrade to 2.2.1..."

  • Moving Towards Mozilla 1.0 (Apr 10, 2002, 16:00)
    "The Mozilla 1.0 branch has been cut and we're preparing for the release of Mozilla 1.0 Release Candidate 1. (Mozilla 1.0 has not been released yet)..."

  • PR: LindowsOS, Sneak Preview 2, Available for Download (Apr 10, 2002, 14:30)
    The new beta for LindowsOS has been released. Details within.

  • EnRus: Linus without Linux (Apr 10, 2002, 13:00)
    A little something off the beaten trail. While translating his book Just For Fun into Russian, professional translator Natalie Shahova lands an interview with author and Linux kernel guru Linus Torvalds. The only catch? No bringing up Linux or Open Source. Another look at the man behind Linux...

  • ComputerWorld: Belluzzo on His Departure from Microsoft's Executive Suite (Apr 10, 2002, 11:00)
    "Last week, Microsoft Corp. announced that Rick Belluzzo is resigning as president and COO, effective May 1, as part of a broader reorganization of the company into seven business units." An interview with Belluzzo and his thoughts on Microsoft's approach to Linux within.

  • LinuxPR: Releases Version 1.0.2 of Rekall RAD DBMS Tool for Linux (Apr 10, 2002, 08:00) has announced the 1.0.2 release of Rekall, a personal, programmable DBMS system for KDE.

  • KDEPrint: Developer Tutorial Now Available (Apr 10, 2002, 05:00)
    " A tutorial on programming with the KDEPrint module has been made available on the KDE Print web site..."