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Developer Linux News for Dec 14, 2007

  • Succession Planning (2007-12-14 20:30:21)
    Max Spevack's Blog: "After two years and four releases of Fedora, I would like to be able to do some other things related to Fedora and/or Red Hat while allowing someone else to assume the 'Fedora Project Leader' responsibilities..."

  • We Haven't Forgotten Linux in Firefox 3: Mozilla (2007-12-14 19:00:24)
    The Beer Files: "Mozilla Foundation, the organization behind the Firefox web browser, has defended itself against claims from sections of the Linux community that it has ignored Linux in the development of Firefox 3..."

  • Bazaar-o World (2007-12-14 15:15:56)
    Hoosier Penguin: "Of course, after today, another meaning will be attached to this beguiling word, thanks to the auspices of Mark Shuttleworth and his band of coders over at Canonical..."

  • KDE 4 Uses Less Memory (2007-12-14 13:45:50)
    The Inquirer: "Even armed with better eye candy, the new KDE 4 interface claims to use 40 percent less memory than its earlier versions..."

  • One Year On, The Java Community Continues to Build (2007-12-14 11:30:50)
    Linux.com: "While end users might be starting to wonder, those most involved in the building of the free Java community describe a thriving community that, after one year, is still working hard to reinvent itself..."

  • Java vs Ruby: A Comparison of the Key Elements (2007-12-14 08:30:36)
    Developer.com: "Ruby is an interpreted scripting language, whereas Java is a compiled programming language. Ruby is similar to Java in that both are object-oriented languages and are strongly typed..."

  • Fedora Core 6 No More (2007-12-14 04:45:16)
    LinuxDevCenter: "As of this last Friday, December 7th Fedora Core 6 is no more. With it goes the last release the Fedora Project had seen the split between 'Community' (Extras) and Red Hat sponsored (Core)..."

  • Thoughts on Package Management (2007-12-14 00:15:45)
    Yet Another Linux Blog: "With distributions today we now have an informal, large group of collaborators... some of which may not even be aware of the main goal of the distro..."