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Developer Linux News for May 15, 2009

  • The Great Debate Over a Linux Standard Package Format (May 15, 2009, 21:47)
    Linux Blog Safari: "The problem with Linux is NOT the packages, it is the fact that trying to develop for Linux is like trying to hit a dartboard with a live bumblebee."

  • Gnash Summer Project Seeks Donations (May 15, 2009, 19:06)
    Open Media Now!: "The project, known as the "Gnash V9 Summer Bash" will engage student interns to hammer through a number of ActionScript3 (AS3) Class Libraries that are critical to v9 and v10 functionality. The success of the project will result in Gnash compatibility with a number of high-demand websites -- including educational, major media, and other popular sites."

  • Tomboy, Gnote, and the limits of forks (May 15, 2009, 09:03) "But all is not perfect with Tomboy. Some people have complained about its faults for a while; Hubert Figuiere, instead, chose to do something about it in the form of the Gnote utility. So now, of course, people are complaining about Gnote instead."