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Developer Linux News for Oct 09, 2008

  • Linux-Kongress: Linux Foundation Declares OS X a Luxury Jail (Oct 09, 2008, 22:35)
    Linux-Magazine: "Bottomley instead likened the OS X to a luxury jail and that Microsoft users are clearly finding themselves in one with dirty toilets in comparison. Mac users, he says, can't even see the cell bars for the plasma screens surrounding them. He emphasized that Apple might participate in Open Source, but that it gives little in return and doesn't disclose many of its components."

  • Glintech Integrates Asterisk, Jabber for Open Source UC Platform (Oct 09, 2008, 21:35)
    Techworld: ""One thing that Jabber allowed us to do was to provide server side rosters so that when a new user starts, they already had everyone else in their contact list," he said. "By looking at another user's profile, they can also get their mobile number and other contact information.""

  • Separate Content From Presentation With XSLT and SimpleXML (Oct 09, 2008, 07:35)
    IBM Developerworks: "In this tutorial, you will explore two solutions to separating data and business logic from presentation logic: one using XSLT through the XSL module in PHP 5 and the other using the SimpleXML module in PHP 5. To do this, you'll use a Web page for a personal resumé stored as an XML file as an example."

  • Branching, Tagging and Merging in Subversion (Oct 09, 2008, 01:35)
    IBM Developerworks: "Although many development teams use version-control systems to manage code changes, they can struggle when developers code off the same code base, in parallel. In this Automation for the people installment, automation expert Paul Duvall shows how to effectively tag, branch, and merge source code using the open source, freely available Subversion version-control system."