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Developer Linux News for Oct 13, 2008

  • Microsoft Woos Developers Under the Silverlight (Oct 13, 2008, 22:07)
    Computerworld: "Microsoft is funding a French open-source project to build tools that would enable programmers to use the popular open-source Eclipse framework to write Silverlight applications."

  • Should Software Developers do it for Themselves? (Oct 13, 2008, 19:37)
    The Register: "... it is a fair reminder of Linus' hands-on role, which continues to the present day. Indeed, however touchy-feely one may consider the world of open source to be, the secret of its success can often be ascribed to a level of centralised control. "Normally the people you find at the core ... know how to run software projects," said Mark Taylor, president of the Open Source Consortium, recently."

  • Linux on a Mikrotik 532a, Part 4 - Traffic Shaping, Firewall (Oct 13, 2008, 15:37)
    Adam's Tech Talk: "Following on from the previous article, I’ve written some scripts which you’ll find in the /root/scripts/ directory of the prebuilt image. I've attached and commented them here, as they could also be useful elsewhere."