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Developer Linux News for Mar 28, 2007

  • CNET News: Torvalds 'Pretty Pleased' About New GPL 3 Draft (2007-03-28 19:30:48)
    "Linus Torvalds, leader of the Linux kernel project and a major figure in the open-source programming movement, said Wednesday he's 'pretty pleased' with changes in a third draft of the General Public License (GPL) released Wednesday..."

  • The Jem Report: Interview: Patent Attorney Jack Haken (2007-03-28 18:00:14)
    "Seldom do we hear directly from the IP trenches; most of the public commentary on IP issues seems to come from bloggers, so-called 'luminaries' or 'thought leaders,' news editors, and press-hungry CEOs..."

  • PR: OpenVZ Updates to New Linux Kernel (2007-03-28 16:30:00)
    "...[T]he OpenVZ project today announced availability of its operating system server virtualization software for the most recent stable Linux kernel 2.6.20..." Announcement within.

  • Linux.com: Michlmayr Advocates Time-Based Release Management for FOSS Projects (2007-03-28 16:00:39)
    "Former Debian Project Leader Martin Michlmayr is completing his doctoral thesis at the Centre for Technology Management, University of Cambridge..."

  • PR: Third Discussion Draft of GPLv3 Released (2007-03-28 15:30:02)
    "The Free Software Foundation today released the third discussion draft for version 3 of the most widely used free software license, the GNU General Public License..." Announcement, full text of draft within.

  • eWeek: Controversy Swirls Around Changes in GPLv3 (2007-03-28 12:45:49)
    "...[T]he question being asked is whether the move to block future deals like the controversial one between Microsoft and Novell will forever doom the license..."