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Developer Linux News for Jun 25, 2009

  • Ubuntu May Increase Mono-dependent Apps (2009-06-25 17:19:02)
    iTWire: "Responding to an inquiry about the Canonical policy on Mono, Gerry Carr said: 'That's an interesting question. Really, it is Ubuntu's board of governance, not Canonical whose policy you want as they decide what goes in the distro.'"

  • Microsoft and FOSS: Uneasy Bedfellows (2009-06-25 13:04:17)
    iTWire: "Maybe it's the cynic within that makes me think this way - but at the end of an event titled 'Microsoft'.'Open Source' == 'unhandled exceptions.' I was left wondering: Is this all an elaborate set-up?"

  • Working with XML and Java on Android (2009-06-25 06:02:24)
    developerWorks: "Android is a modern, open source operating system and SDK for mobile devices. With it you can create powerful mobile applications. In this article, you learn to build Android applications that can work with XML from the Internet."

  • Eclipse Galileo Releases 33 Open Source Projects (2009-06-25 00:06:19)
    InternetNews: "The Eclipse Foundation is today making its biggest release of the year, highlighting open source projects created using the Eclipse development platform. Its new Galileo release includes 33 open source projects that were built with contributions from 44 different organizations."