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Developer Linux News for Jan 16, 2009

  • GNOME project launches Adopt a Hacker initiative (2009-01-16 14:32:12)
    ars Technica: "The GNOME Foundation has launched a new web site for the Friends of GNOME program, which allows users and community members to support the GNOME desktop environment by donating money."

  • A close look at PHP V5.3 Namespaces (2009-01-16 10:32:12)
    IBM Developerworks: "Here in Part 3, we look at namespaces, which is one of the most anticipated and the most debated feature in this release of PHP. The concept of namespaces provides a way to help avoid problems with multiple functions, classes, and constants of the same name being defined multiple times."

  • Extending OpenCms: Developing a Custom Widget (2009-01-16 06:32:12)
    Packt: "There are a variety of user interface widgets available in OpenCms. The default widgets cover most user interface needs. But sometimes, a data field may need to be populated in some other way. OpenCms allows for custom widgets to be created and plugged into its architecture. In this article by Dan Liliedahl, we will design and create our own widget to illustrate this."

  • Reboot Linux using simple fork() | Hacking Truths (2009-01-16 04:32:12)
    Hacking Truths: "You might be thinking how can such a simple function reboot a linux machine. Well I must tell you that the program I am going to discuss today uses only this fork function and can force a Linux Server which can serve as many as 100 computers to get rebooted."