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Developer Linux News for Sep 24, 2003

  • developerWorks: Towards Linux 2.6 (2003-09-24 19:00:06)
    "The impending release of a new stable kernel promises greater adoption for Linux, as it becomes more reliable and scalable over a larger variety of processors. Here we'll highlight some of the changes, both big and small, with some code samples..."

  • KernelTrap: Interview: Rusty Russell (2003-09-24 10:00:23)
    "Well known for his packet filtering efforts, having written both ipchains and netfilter/iptables, he has continued to make an impressive number of contributions to Linux kernel development..."

  • La Gaceta de Linux: Veracruz, México is conquered by FLOSS (2003-09-24 08:30:05)
    "...[A]n international crowd of free/libre and Open Source Software experts gathered at the Mexican port of Veracruz during the celebration of the third edition of the GULEV Linux Congress...

  • InfoWorld: Code Editors Renew Approach to IDEs (2003-09-24 07:00:33)
    "With enterprises putting a premium on productivity, a quiet revolution among programmers is eschewing the heavy, feature-filled IDE and turning instead to the venerable standby: the code editor..."

  • developerWorks: Add XML Parsing to Your J2ME Applications (2003-09-24 05:30:48)
    "More and more enterprise and Java technology projects are making use of XML as a medium to store data in a portable fashion. But due to the increased processing power demanded by XML parsers, J2ME applications have largely been left out of this trend..."

  • Release Digest: GNOME, September 23, 2003 (2003-09-24 05:00:00)
    Today's GNOME apps: Dr. Geo 0.9.9, Conglomerate 0.7.3, and GDM