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Developer Linux News for Jun 20, 2009

  • Source code for Palm WebOS released (2009-06-20 23:01:26)
    The H Open: "To comply with the GPL, Palm has released the source code packages for its Linux-based WebOS used by the new Palm Pre, which has been on sale in the US since the beginning of June. The company has also set up its own open source site."

  • Ubuntu's First Ten Paper Cuts Spotted (2009-06-20 07:02:56)
    Phoronix: "The first ten of the one hundred paper cuts for Ubuntu 9.10 have now been determined and are shared on the Ubuntu development list."

  • Palm Delays SDK Release, Dismisses Homebrew Developers and Hackers (2009-06-20 07:01:26)
    PhoneNews: ""As on any popular platform, we recognize that some developers will experiment in ways that cross official boundaries, but we believe that our formal offerings – and community efforts built around those offerings – will provide the best experience for the vast majority of webOS developers and users.”"

  • A Python Client/Server Tutorial (2009-06-20 03:02:56)
    WDVL: "There can be many reasons why you might need a client/server application. For a simple example, purchasing for a small retail chain might need up to the minute stock levels on a central server. The point-of-sale application in the stores would then need to post inventory transactions to the central server in real-time."