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Developer Linux News for Oct 14, 2003

  • developerWorks: A Cross-Development Primer (2003-10-14 06:00:24)
    "In this how-to article, Peter Seebach discusses the initial setup of a cross compilation environment (using the Sharp Zaurus handheld as focus) and covers the installation of tools, basic compilation, installing programs on the handheld, and such advanced issues as building programs that use configure scripts..."

  • Release Digest: KDE, October 13, 2003 (2003-10-14 05:00:30)
    Today's KDE apps: PwM 0.3 and KBarcode 1.5.2.

  • Release Digest: GNOME, October 13, 2003 (2003-10-14 05:00:00)
    Today's GNOME apps: GNOME System Tools 0.28.0, GGV, Epiphany 1.0.2, and gcalctool 4.3.16.

  • OpenOffice.org Celebrates Third Anniversary (2003-10-14 03:00:59)
    Linux Today is pleased to note the third-year milestone for OpenOffice.org.

  • JonoBacon.org: Easy to Use Complexity (2003-10-14 03:00:00)
    "Complexity is a very opinionated word. Many people perceive complexity in different forms, and while there is no commonality within what we find difficult as humans, there is ironically a common word to describe it..."

  • LinuxDevices: Organizational Policies and Open Source (2003-10-14 02:00:09)
    "Organizations can benefit significantly from participating with Open Source communities and using the Open Source development model..."

  • The Jem Report: End of the New Age of Robber Barons (2003-10-14 01:00:36)
    A critical look at proprietary software licensing: "But the new era of Robber Barons is now in its twilight; soon we will have a reprieve from this unethical taking of unearned money..."

  • Librenix: Mono-culture and the .NETwork effect (2003-10-14 00:00:20)
    "Further, imagine that, in its success, Mono displaces a large portion of traditional Linux software development over the next few years... I believe that if the above scenario becomes reality it could lead to a disaster for Linux..."