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Developer Linux News for Jul 06, 2007

  • Kernel Space: Linux Security Non-Modules and AppArmor (2007-07-06 18:00:53)
    Techworld: "Meanwhile, the LSM interface is easily abused; since it allows the insertion of hooks into almost any system operation of interest, it can be used by other modules to provide non-security functionality..."

  • Apache Foundation Co-Founder Likes GPLv3 (2007-07-06 17:15:10)
    InformationWeek: "One of the unsung features of GPLv3 is its grant of compatibility to the Apache and Eclipse open source licenses..."

  • Will Open Source Developers be Well Paid? (2007-07-06 16:30:07)
    Datamation: "He's the author of The Economic Motivation of Open Source Software, a scholarly article that describes significant shifts in the software business. Datamation spoke with him about how these shifts are shaping the pay levels of open source developers..."

  • Linux Developers Considering Move to Eclipse (2007-07-06 13:30:09)
    Linux-Watch: "At the recent Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit, it was decided to start making Eclipse, the open-source development platform, the Visual Studio for Linux..."

  • Linux: Suspend2 Becomes TuxOnIce (2007-07-06 09:45:12)
    KernelTrap: "The 'Suspend2' project has been renamed to 'TuxOnIce' Nigel Cunningham announced on the lkml..."

  • The Real Meaning of GNU GPLv3 (2007-07-06 03:00:27)
    Linux Journal: "Now that the final version of the GNU General Public Licence version 3 has been released, the in-depth analysis of its implications can begin..."

  • Joomla!--The Licence Stays the Same (2007-07-06 01:30:50)
    iTWire: "Did this mean that releases of Joomla! uptil that point had been violating the GPL? Would users face problems as a result...?"

  • If You're Steve Ballmer, Don't Read This (2007-07-06 00:00:56)
    CNET News: "Instead of kicking back for the July 4 holiday, Steve Ballmer should be going crazy right now..."