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Developer Linux News for Jun 26, 2007

  • Four Reasons to Avoid Ubuntu (2007-06-26 23:15:26)
    All About Ubuntu: "But I also realize Ubuntu won't appeal to all users. In fact, I can think of at least four key reasons why many Mac and Windows users won't want an Ubuntu PC..."

  • Implementing Silverlight in 21 Days (2007-06-26 21:30:15)
    de Icaza: "Needless to say, we believe that Silverlight is a fantastic development platform, and its .NET-based version is incredibly interesting..."

  • DebConf 7 Positions Debian for the Future (2007-06-26 21:00:42)
    Linux.com: "At last week's DebConf 7 Debian Conference in Edinburgh, Scotland, nearly 400 attendees had a chance to meet and socialise after years of working together online..."

  • Firefox 3 and Google Team Up for Offline Apps (2007-06-26 18:45:50)
    PC Pro: "Mozilla and Google are collaborating on an effort to make web applications work offline..."

  • Hans Reiser: Once a Linux Visionary, Now Accused of Murder (2007-06-26 13:00:18)
    Wired: "I stick out my hand. It's an awkward moment--his wrists are chained to his waist..."

  • Patch: Linux v2.6.22-rc6 (2007-06-26 12:30:17)
    LWN: "I'm happy to say that things seem to have calmed down after -rc5, and that most of this really is just bugfixes and regression fixing in particular..."

  • Natural Language Toolkit (2007-06-26 08:15:40)
    ...for Some Value of "Magic": "I have just seen an announcement for the latest version of the Natural Language Toolkit..."

  • Use Cases On Steroids (2007-06-26 06:00:27)
    Trevor's Trinkets: "Computer software development projects still often run late and over budget, and the people who commission them are still often surprised and disappointed by what they get at the end of the development process..."