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Developer Linux News for Aug 01, 2008

  • Could Your Project Use $5000? (2008-08-01 20:30:02)
    OStatic: "He recently followed up and discovered that the money had been used for ... nothing."

  • The A-Z of Programming Languages: JavaScript (2008-08-01 15:00:09)
    Computerworld: "Brendan Eich created JavaScript in 1995 with the aim to provide a "glue language" for Web designers and part time programmers. It has grown to become one of the most widely used languages on the planet."

  • Will LSB 4 Standardize Linux? (2008-08-01 14:30:09)
    Internet News: "LSB 4.0, set for release by the end of this year, could be the catalyst that enables independent software vendors, or ISVs TERM (define), to develop applications that will run on any LSB-compliant Linux distribution. If it gets adopted, LSB 4 could bring a new wave of multidistribution Linux application development."

  • Google Code blacklists Mozilla Public License (2008-08-01 12:00:09)
    The Register: "The Mozilla Public License (MPL) is the latest casualty of Google's decision to remove open-source licenses from its popular code hosting service. The search giant has said Google Code is no longer accepting projects licensed under MPL, although existing MPL-licensed code is allowed to stay."

  • Top Screencast Sites for Open-Source Developers (2008-08-01 07:30:04)
    OStatic: "Let's say that you've decided to start using a new programming language or framework. How can you learn what to do, or take some initial steps? Years ago, the obvious answer was the buy a book, or perhaps a magazine. Today, you're likely to read an online tutorial, or one of the many blogs that have sprung up about many of these technologies."