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Developer Linux News for Apr 15, 2003

  • Linux Magazine: The Future of the Linux Kernel (2003-04-15 18:00:05)
    "A year later, at the beginning of 2003, the outlook is much, much brighter. New code is going into the kernel, the development process as a whole is working smoothly, and the anticipated release of Linux 2.6 in just a few months seems very achieveable..."

  • internetnews.com: Mozilla's Phoenix, Minotaur Get New Names (2003-04-15 16:00:32)
    "Just weeks after proposing a major shift towards the lightweight Phoenix its standalone default browser, the AOL-backed Mozilla organization has announced new names for the Phoenix and Minotaur projects..."

  • Linux Journal: Tips for Testing the 2.5 Kernel (2003-04-15 13:00:38)
    "Some things to consider before you configure 2.5, and what to do if you encounter a problem..."

  • Wine HQ: Interview with Dimitrie Paun (2003-04-15 10:00:59)
    "Open source projects tend to go through spurts of development. Constant, steady development seems to be the exception rather than the norm. This is partly driven by developers who themselves do some significant work very quickly. One such developer with Wine is Dimi Paun. He's been involved with Wine for a long time, but recently submitted some signicant enhancements to several different areas..."

  • developerWorks: Harness the Power of XML with Eclipse (2003-04-15 05:30:29)
    "This article gives you an overview of how the Eclipse Platform supports XML (Extensible Markup Language) development. Eclipse does not support XML code editing right out of the box. However, because Eclipse is a platform-independent framework for building developer tools, you can add support for new languages relatively easily..."

  • Python-URL! - Weekly Python News and Links (April 14) (2003-04-15 05:00:50)
    Community Roundup: This week's news from the Python-URL! Project.

  • Release Digest: GNOME, April 14, 2003 (2003-04-15 05:00:00)
    Today's GNOME apps: Epiphany 0.5.0, gpostman 1.3-1, Greenwich 0.5.2, BEAST/BSE v0.5.1, GNet 2.0.0, Alleyoop, SquirrelFax 0.9, ggv 2.0.0, Sound Juicer 0.1, coriander-0.30, and GTetrinet 0.7.1.

  • CNET News: Legacy: A Brave New World Wide Web (2003-04-15 04:00:56)
    CNET News is marking the upcoming 10th anniversary of the Mosaic browser project with a series of articles focusing on the huge impact of this killer app. This first article includes a look at what the author sees as a natural result of the values held by the original Mosaic developers: the Mozilla Project.