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Developer Linux News for Aug 08, 2007

  • Open Source: Smallville Becomes Metropolis (Aug 08, 2007, 20:00)
    LinuxInsider: "Open source started as a small community with a set of ideals about software development, believing that developers should make their products more expedient and user-friendly by making the underlying code accessible to everyone..."

  • Linux Kernel Maintainer: Get Involved! (Aug 08, 2007, 17:30) "It may be thankless, boring work, but you have to get more involved in building the Linux kernel..."

  • Linux Database Becomes a Browser (Aug 08, 2007, 12:00)
    The Register: "The fashion for 'web mashups' just got a steroid boost with the release of a browser that is really a desktop database, with full SQL scripting and the ability to manipulate tabular data found on the Internet..."

  • Truthy Statements about Access to Source Code (Aug 08, 2007, 03:15)
    InfoWorld: "I feel the same way about the notion that: 'access to the source code prevents vendor lock-in and is immeasurably important in keeping the OSS vendor focused on the customer...'"