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Developer Linux News for Mar 30, 2009

  • Red Hat Fedora reveals details on intrusion attack (Mar 30, 2009, 16:32)
    Netstat -vat: "Last August, Red Hat's Fedora project announced that its servers had been compromised -- now 6 months later (after an exhaustive investigation), Red Hat has revealed exactly what happened."

  • The GPL - not fade away (Mar 30, 2009, 15:32)
    The H Open: "So it is surprising to see a re-emergence of the argument that "we don't need the GPL anymore", (the "we" refers to "open source" developers, and more specifically, to the Linux kernel developers), and that the argument is underpinned by the hoary suggestion that business is "afraid" of the GPL."

  • Has Sun been holding Java back? Red Hat Thinks So. (Mar 30, 2009, 14:32)
    InternetNews: "In the beginning (1995), Java was created by Sun Microsystems. Then Sun saw that Java was bigger than just Sun and opened up the process of building Java with the Java Community Process (JCP) in 1998. Yet now with rumors of IBM acquiring Sun swirling, the Java community could undergo its most significant change in a decade."