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Developer Linux News for Jul 26, 2008

  • Google Gadgets for Linux -- Almost There (2008-07-26 05:30:02)
    Linux.com: "Since version 2 came out in 2005, Google Desktop for Windows has included a sidebar that users can fill with screen gadgets, but the Linux version (version 1, from June 2007) provided only indexing and search functions, with no eye candy whatsoever. This has finally changed. Google recently released Google Gadgets for Linux (GGL), which closes the gap between the operating systems. With GGL, you can run as many gadgets as you wish on your screen -- or at least that's the idea. Some flaws still need to be fixed, and not everything works 100% correctly."

  • Debian Maintainer Calls for Embedded Input (2008-07-26 02:30:02)
    Linux Devices: With the next version of Debian frozen for release in September, eight of its 12 architectures risk exclusion. That's because, according to Debian Maintainer Luk Claes, in some cases "The architecture qualification pages on wiki.debian.org are still missing a LOT of information."