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Developer Linux News for Jul 02, 2007

  • In Praise of the GPLv3 (2007-07-02 21:00:54)
    iTWire: "These days, Richard Matthew Stallman, the enigmatic founder of the Free Software Foundation, isn't exactly flavour of the month..."

  • Zend Framework 1.0 Ready To Compete (2007-07-02 18:45:29)
    internetnews.com: "Now with the release of the Zend Framework 1.0 today, PHP becomes a language for Web applications and Web services enterprise applications..."

  • Linus Torvalds on Core 2 Duo Errata: "Totally Insignificant" (2007-07-02 15:00:50)
    Daily Tech: "Developers told not to panic over new Intel Core 2 Duo steppings..."

  • GPLv3 Submitted to Open Source Initiative for Approval (2007-07-02 14:30:11)
    Linux.com: "The submission came from Google employee Chris DiBona..."

  • Linus Torvalds: Microsoft Just Made Up The Number (2007-07-02 13:30:48)
    EFYTimes: "How concrete? Since Microsoft hasn't named them, there is no 'concrete'. For all we know, Microsoft just made up the number..."

  • Patch: Linux 2.6.22-rc7 (2007-07-02 12:45:24)
    LWN: "It's hopefully (almost certainly) the last -rc before the final 2.6.22 release, and we should be in pretty good shape..."

  • The Power of Google Gears (Part 1) (2007-07-02 07:30:28)
    ONLamp: "I look at Gears a lot like Ajax, it's a small set of new functionality that takes traditional web pages and moves them one step toward having a complete desktop feel..."

  • Processing Mailbox Files with mailbox.py (2007-07-02 04:00:41)
    ONLamp: "Despite competition from the Web and instant messaging, email is still a primary communication medium for most Internet users, and many people have sizable archives of email messages..."