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Developer Linux News for Jul 24, 2006

  • NewsForge: Why Linux Isn't Mainstream (2006-07-24 21:45:20)
    "With the ease of installation, maintenance, and use of many recent Linux distributions, such as Ubuntu and Fedora, some are left wondering why Linux still isn't more widespread. Here's my theory..."

  • Penguin.SWF: Stoppage (2006-07-24 21:00:18)
    "Though we have been diligently working towards getting all of the Linux features in line with the Windows and Mac counterparts, we have been hitting some capability walls..."

  • NewsForge: Ottawa Linux Symposium, Days 2-4 (2006-07-24 16:00:26)
    Three articles from NewsForge continue to share the happenings at this year's OLS.

  • The Oregonian: An 'Alumni Party' for Open Source (2006-07-24 15:30:04)
    OSCON: "More than 2,000 open source developers from around the world will gather in Portland for OSCON--the annual O'Reilly Open Source Convention--which starts today and runs through Friday at the Oregon Convention Center..."

  • The Debian Project: Upcoming Release of Debian GNU/Linux 4.0 (2006-07-24 15:00:36)
    "The Debian project confirms December 2006 as the date for the next release of its distribution which will be named Debian GNU/Linux 4.0 alias 'etch...'" Press release within.

  • NetworkWorld: Second Draft of GPL 3 Due Out Tuesday (2006-07-24 13:30:47)
    "The Free Software Foundation is due to release the second draft of the GNU general public license version 3 Tuesday, according to sources close to the organization..."

  • developerWorks: Five Common PHP Design Patterns (2006-07-24 06:00:05)
    "In fact, design patterns are useful for everyone. If these tools aren't exclusive to architecture astronauts, what are they, and why are they useful in PHP applications...?"