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Developer Linux News for Aug 26, 2008

  • The Paradox of FOSS Projects Supporting Windows (2008-08-26 23:01:29)
    Linux Today Blog: "FOSS applications for Windows don't seem to get the same respect and support that their Linux counterparts do...Some say they are good introductions to FOSS; some think they're tainted and nasty and prop up the evil monopolist."

  • Hack Week III is Almost Upon Us! (2008-08-26 19:01:29)
    openSUSE news: "What’s Hack Week? Hack Week is a chance for Novell’s developers to work on Innovation Time Off (ITO) projects, uninterrupted by normal hacking duties. This helps provide an opportunity for Novell’s developers to work on innovative new projects they might not normally be able to work on. Since most of the projects developed during Hack Week are open source, this also benefits the community by providing new code."

  • Who Writes Linux? (And How You Can Too!) (2008-08-26 17:01:29)
    The Linux Distillery: "The very heart of the Linux operating system is the kernel, the piece of software which makes programs run and work with hardware. It's possibly the largest and most geographical spread open source project in the world. With software projects failing daily how can such a task actually work?"

  • Internet TV Broadcaster Targets MIDs (2008-08-26 14:31:29)
    Linux Devices: "Internet TV (ITV) service provider Move Networks announced an ITV media player optimized for mobile Internet devices (MIDs) based on the Intel Atom and the Linux-based Moblin stack. The Move Media Player for MIDs will deliver video from partners like ABC, Fox, and ESPN."

  • Anatomy of Linux Dynamic Libraries (2008-08-26 10:33:11)
    IBM Developerworks: "This article investigates the process of creating and using dynamic libraries, provides details on the various tools for exploring them, and explores how these libraries work under the hood."