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Developer Linux News for Nov 28, 2007

  • Why Microsoft Rattles The Patent Saber (2007-11-28 22:45:28)
    InformationWeek: "It must be maddening to believe you command developer loyalties and lead legions worldwide, then watch developers flock to the Linux kernel. Maddening, that is, if you're Microsoft..."

  • And the Best Community Linux Is... (2007-11-28 20:30:08)
    eWeek: "The three biggest community Linuxes are Fedora, OpenSUSE and Ubuntu. They're all popular. They're all good. But which is the best...?"

  • Debate Simmers on Why ODF Shuttered its Doors (2007-11-28 16:00:16)
    eWeek: "Foundation president Gary Edwards says changes to Oasis' membership rules forced the organization to shut down..."

  • A Mother Lode Of Business Code (2007-11-28 13:00:47)
    InformationWeek: "Forget IBM, Microsoft, and Oracle. How much software do you think businesses have developed for internal use? Here's one expert's guesstimate..."

  • Urbis.com Founder Relies on Passionate Ruby Developers (2007-11-28 10:45:30)
    Linux.com: "Urbis.com, written completely in Ruby using the open source framework Ruby on Rails, is yet another social networking site, but with a twist..."

  • What Does "IP" Really Mean? (2007-11-28 10:00:20)
    Linux Journal: "As is so often the case when it comes to clear thinking about what is really going on, Richard Stallman has put together an extremely useful statement of what the problem is..."

  • Google Compiler (2007-11-28 04:00:00)
    Computing Wish List: "I have read a lot about the speculation of Google developing their own operating system. This, to date, has just been rumor..."