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Developer Linux News for Nov 05, 2007

  • When Open Source Projects Close the Process, Something's Wrong (2007-11-05 17:30:26)
    Linux.com: "Twice in recent weeks open source projects have surprised me with their lack of openness. In both cases, developers acted or spoke out in such a way as to intentionally push other developers away from their work..."

  • Document Format Dispute Spills into the Open (2007-11-05 17:00:31)
    eWeek: "The recent decision by the Open Document Foundation to substitute the World Wide Web Consortium's Compound Document Format in place of the format it was set up to promote, the Open Document Format, has sparked a contentious debate over what shape the format should take..."

  • Linux Programmer, Hans Reiser, Facing Murder Trial (2007-11-05 16:00:10)
    Wired: "Did Hans Reiser, the prominent Linux open source programmer, whack his wife, Nina Reiser...?"

  • LinuxConf: Getting the Smalltalk on the Road (2007-11-05 10:00:56)
    iTWire: "Every year (bar one) since 1999, around 800 people have got together on an annual basis to discuss an operating system that was for a long time deemed to be on the fringes..."