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Developer Linux News for Dec 19, 2007

  • Is the Sacred Cow of Web Standards Headed for the Slaughterhouse? (2007-12-19 23:30:32)
    Wired: "There's a movement afoot in the web development community that says it's time to move beyond standards and take the web to a new levels..."

  • Is It Hard for New Contributors to Help Debian? (2007-12-19 18:15:23)
    Lucas Nussbaum's Blog: "Debian could use more manpower, but is it actually easy for new contributors who would like to help to do useful things, and get the impression that they actually improved Debian...?"

  • Perl 5.10 for Perl's 20th Birthday (2007-12-19 13:45:43)
    ONLamp: "Perl 1 was released to the public by Larry Wall 20 years ago today. To celebrate, Perl5Porters have released Perl5.10, the latest stable version of Perl 5. Happy Birthday Perl...!"

  • Collecting Kernel Oops Data (2007-12-19 05:30:57)
    KernelTrap: "'The http://www.kerneloops.org website collects kernel oops and warning reports from various mailing lists and bugzillas,' noted Arjan van de Ven, announcing the new website..."