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Developer Linux News for Oct 31, 2007

  • Latest Tricks Won't Spoil Open Source Treats (2007-10-31 22:00:05)
    451 CAOS Theory: "This is the Halloween edition of the CAOS Theory blog, so please, if you scare easy, consider reading this another time or place where you feel more comfortable. There are some scary things lurking out there for Linux and open source software. Boo! Patents. Eeeeeek! Microsoft. Yikes! Forking. Nooooooo...!"

  • BusyBox Developers and Monsoon Multimedia Agree to Dismiss GPL Lawsuit (2007-10-31 12:45:30)
    Software Freedom Law Center: "The Software Freedom Law Center and Monsoon Multimedia today jointly announced that an agreement has been reached to dismiss the GPL enforcement lawsuit filed by SFLC on behalf of two principal developers of BusyBox..."

  • Software Guru is Hot on Linux, Busting Bureaucracy (2007-10-31 12:00:23)
    Computerworld Australia: "IBM Rational's 'free radical' talks about the enduring difficulties of software development, his advocacy of open source and Second Life, and his license to kill..."

  • Mono Versioning (2007-10-31 10:30:50)
    Miguel de Icaza's Web Log: "A common problem that I face is explaining to people the current situation of Mono..."

  • wget Going libcurl? (2007-10-31 03:00:28)
    dblog: "Micah Cowan is the current maintainer of GNU Wget, and he recently posted a long mail to the wget mailing list titled 'Thoughts on Wget 1.x, 2.0...'"

  • Live License-Friendly with liblicense (2007-10-31 00:00:43)
    Linux.com: "Now it is seeking to make licensing enlightenment an everyday part of desktop computer usage with liblicense..."