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Developer Linux News for Jun 18, 2007

  • The Peer to Patent Project Has Begun--5 Patents Listed (2007-06-18 16:30:19)
    Groklaw: "Good morning, everyone. Are you ready to work? The first patent applications we are invited to try to disqualify by looking for prior art have been posted on the Peer to Patent Project website..."

  • Evidence of 'Counterattack' Lacking as Linux Conference Convenes (2007-06-18 14:00:00)
    BetaNews: "You probably already know the secret to getting a headline broadcast louder through Google News: take the main subject lines and pair them with a verb that denotes violence or tragedy..."

  • The End of the CK Kernel Patch Set (2007-06-18 13:30:55)
    Frederik's Blog: "Today kernel developer Con Kolivas announced that he will stop developing his Linux patch which improves desktop performance..."

  • Patch: And Now for Something Totally Different: Linux v2.6.22-rc5 (2007-06-18 12:30:02)
    LWN: "In a stunning turn of events, I've actually been able to make another -rc release despite all the discussion (*cough*flaming*cough*) about other issues, and we now have a brand-spanking-new Linux 2.6.22-rc5 release out there...!"

  • First Linux, Now git (2007-06-18 10:30:52)
    Venture Itch: "Here is presentation of Linus Torvalds on git, the source control management system he created in 2005..." Flash video presentation.