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Developer Linux News for Oct 30, 2008

  • What's New in the GNU Compiler Collection Release Series (Oct 30, 2008, 21:36)
    IBM Developerworks: "But GCC can't just sit still. New processor architectures continue to appear, and new research finds better ways to optimize and generate code. So GCC moves forward and has now matured into its fourth major release. This article explores the fundamental changes in GCC version 4 to show you why--if you haven't switched yet--the time has come to use the compiler standard."

  • Chemnitezr Linux-Tage - Call for Lectures/Presentation (Oct 30, 2008, 20:06)
    Chemnitz University of Technology: "The "Chemnitz Linux Days" is one of Europe's largest conventions on open source software. Every year since 1999, creative and active people are meeting in Saxony's city of Chemnitz to share new ideas and discuss new developments of Linux and associated topics."

  • Nokia Talks Qt Strategy, Tactics (Oct 30, 2008, 16:36)
    LinuxDevices: "Nokia hopes to increase the number of developers working on its Qt GUI toolkit tenfold. In opening remarks at its annual Developer Days conference today, Qt Software Chief Sebastian Nyström (pictured) invited attendees to look for online job postings, commenting, "We're hiring.""

  • Ubuntu Quality: or, "But What About My Bug?" (Oct 30, 2008, 01:36)
    We'll See: "In September, for example, the total number of open bugs in Ubuntu increased by only 70. This doesn't sound like much of an achievement, if not for the fact that in the same time period, 7872 new bug reports were filed. The remaining 7802, or over 99%, were resolved"