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Developer Linux News for Nov 15, 2007

  • Open-Source Java: One Year Later (Nov 15, 2007, 18:15)
    eWeek: "Sun Microsystems' community marketing manager talks about the open-sourcing of Java and what's to come in the future..."

  • Mozilla Won't Fix 80% of Firefox 3.0's Bugs (Nov 15, 2007, 16:45)
    Computerworld: "Mozilla Corp. will fix just 20% of the bugs now in Firefox 3.0 before the final version is released next year, the open-source developer's Web site revealed yesterday..."

  • Mozilla Responds: Firefox is Independent (Nov 15, 2007, 15:15)
    CNET News: "In this interview, Mozilla's technology strategist Mike Shaver responds to and rejects recent claims that Firefox and Google are getting a bit too close for comfort..."

  • Kernel Space: Memory Management for Graphics Processors (Nov 15, 2007, 12:15)
    LinuxWorld: "The management of video hardware has long been an area of weakness in the Linux system (and free operating systems in general)..."

  • Squash Bugs in PHP Applications with Zend Debugger (Nov 15, 2007, 05:30)
    developerWorks: "According to popular folklore, the first computer bug was literally a bug--specifically, an ill-fated moth that landed in a relay in the Mark II Aiken Relay Calculator being tested at Harvard University..."

  • Open Sourcing the Mobile Web with Goo... err, Volantis (Nov 15, 2007, 01:00)
    The Open Road: "Developing for the Android platform may make sense five years from now, but it's a losing (market) proposition until it gains widespread adoption..."