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Developer Linux News for Nov 29, 2007

  • Why Microsoft Loves/Hates Google's Android (2007-11-29 23:30:00)
    Roundup: The pros and cons, the yin and yang, the ins and outs, if you will, of Microsoft's real thoughts about the new Android development platform.

  • Iced Tea [Interview] (2007-11-29 10:45:09)
    Fedora Project: "Now that Sun has begun freeing the Java language, how much work was there involved for you to get a complete and free Java implementation into Fedora...?"

  • The Single Point of Failure (2007-11-29 01:45:14)
    Beam of Reflections: "So, when it comes to a single point of failure what comes to mind are these examples of software designs: Windows Registry file vs. /etc configuration fies in Linux/Unix systems and a single Outlook PST file vs. mbox vs. maildir formats for desktop email applications..."

  • Why Linus Isn't "Competing" (2007-11-29 01:00:35)
    InformationWeek: "The recent interview with Linus Torvalds cemented a number of things I've believed about Linux for a while now. Linux isn't an OS, or even a kernel: it's an embodiment of a design philosophy..."