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Developer Linux News for Feb 21, 2004

  • ZDNet: What Did SCO Buy--Unix or the Brooklyn Bridge? (2004-02-21 13:00:24)
    "David Berlind isn't convinced that there will be a landslide against SCO. Nor is he convinced that SCO will win. This case will primarily come down to a judge's interpretation of the terms of Novell's sale of Unix to The SCO Group..."

  • eWeek: Open-Source Virtues (2004-02-21 11:30:54)
    "People start from the mistaken viewpoint of source code as product and follow a logical path to this flawed belief: that the worth of an open-source software effort is measured by the amount of code that it puts on display..."

  • The Jem Report: Debunking Common GNU/Linux Myths (2004-02-21 08:30:44)
    "This article will attempt to dispel some myths and clear a few things up for those interested in finding more information on GNU/Linux..."

  • FFII.org: Europe's New IP Law: "You Just Have To Trust Us" (2004-02-21 07:00:08)
    "FFII is very concerned that, without better defined safeguards, the Directive will lead to a far more agressive, lawyer-driven legal environment for creative businesses..."

  • IT-Director: Where Now for Sony Ericsson and Siemens--Linux? (2004-02-21 01:00:08)
    "That's why several major mobile manufacturers invested in Psion's EPOC child, Symbian. Six years on, did the plan work...?"