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Developer Linux News for May 22, 2008

  • Bazaar Becomes a GNU Project (2008-05-22 21:00:23)
    GNU.org: "The Bazaar version control system recently became a GNU project. .."

  • 'Experimental' Linux Distro Exherbo Eyes Serious Developers (2008-05-22 19:30:39)
    The Register: "A former Gentoo developer yesterday revealed that he has been working on a new hardcore Linux distribution, dubbed Exherbo..."

  • Mozilla Firefox 3.1 Coming This Year (2008-05-22 16:30:39)
    internetnews.com: "Firefox 3.0 is not yet officially out the door but Mozilla developers already have a plan--and a timeline--for Firefox 3.1..."

  • What Freezes the System: Firefox or ext3? (2008-05-22 14:15:11)
    Softpedia: "A few days ago, the first Release Candidate for Firefox 3 was launched but some problems still remained unfixed, like the one that caused the browser (and sometimes the entire system) to freeze..."

  • Git Management (2008-05-22 09:00:45)
    KernelTrap: "'Is there a write up of what you consider the 'proper' git workflow?' Theodore Ts'o asked Linux creator Linus Torvalds, 'why do you consider rebasing topic branches a bad thing?' Linus replied..."

  • Open Source Mobile: Why Funambol is Launching a New Forge (2008-05-22 00:00:58)
    Commercial Open Source Software: "Funambol, a provider of open source push email and PIM sync solutions for the mass market, announced the launch of a new forge..."