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Developer Linux News for Jun 15, 2009

  • Artica Postfix a nice Open Source web interface Administration (2009-06-15 22:32:45)
    Artica Postfix: "I would like to share with you a new Open Source project, Artica: It is designed to offer Postfix, fetchmail, dnsmasq, LDAP, squid,samba, dansguardian features without technical skills through a web browser with a nice web interface."

  • 7 of the Best Free Linux Revision Control Tools (2009-06-15 19:02:45)
    LinuxLinks: "Now, let's explore the 7 revision control tools at hand. For each title we have compiled its own portal page, a full description with an in-depth analysis of its features, together with links to relevant resources and reviews."

  • Microsoft: Money Just Wants to Be Free (2009-06-15 18:02:45)
    Tech Broiler: "Microsoft is abandoning its personal finance software, Microsoft Money, after over 16 years of development and marketing. But why abandon perfectly good software when it could be released to the community as an Open Source project?"

  • A desktop notifier for new emails in your Gmail inbox for Ubuntu (2009-06-15 15:02:45)
    Seemanta's Blog: "Anyway, I set out to create this cool notifier and in a few hours it was ready. Being a first timer to Python, it took some time as every now and then I would stop to see some documentation and then once I understood the concept, carried on hacking."

  • Introducing KDE 4 plasmoids (2009-06-15 13:32:45)
    IBM Developerworks: "Summary: KDE 4 includes many exciting new technologies, including Plasma, a feature that forms the desktop shell of KDE 4. See how to write simple Plasma applets (known as plasmoids) to greatly improve the desktop experience and how to turn a plasmoid into a simple memory monitor."

  • Is Android the key to the GNU/Linux desktop? Really? (2009-06-15 10:02:45)
    Free Software Magazine: "What is Android? The short answer could be "A framework made up of the Linux kernel, a rich set of libraries and tools and a Dalvik virtual machine". The Dalvik virtual machine can be seen as an highly optimised Java Virtual Machine..."

  • KOffice 2009 Sprint In Berlin (2009-06-15 06:02:45)
    KDE.news: "Last weekend -- it seems like yesterday and like a year ago at the same time -- the KOffice team came to Berlin for the first post 2.0 sprint. Graciously hosted by KDAB and smoothly organized by Alexandra Leisse, this sprint was one of the most productive sprints ever for KOffice."

  • Will my program work on all Linux distributions? (2009-06-15 02:02:45)
    IT Toolbox: "This was a question asked by a programmer friend of mine who has a passion for wooden spoons. It is however, a very important question and has been asked several times. The reason being that there are hundreds of Linux distributions and they all have slight differences in their setup."