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Developer Linux News for Jul 18, 2009

  • At OSCON: Why the Government is Turning to Open Source (2009-07-18 23:05:22)
    Open Source For Government: "Bureaucrats, Technocrats and Policy Cats: How the Government is turning to Open Source, and Why."

  • An open alternative for Palm Pre iTunes users (2009-07-18 11:05:22)
    Practical Technology: "Apple will tell you that iTunes 8.2.1 fixes bugs and, in particular, improves interoperability with iPhones and iPod Touches running iPhone 3.0 Software. But, it really it only has one ‘feature:’ It blocks the Palm Pre’s iTunes compatibility. KDE thinks there’s another way."

  • On Patents, Promises and 'Ugly' Patches (2009-07-18 07:05:22)
    Linux Blog Safari: "For some, Redmond's decision to apply its "Community Promise" to C# and CLI came as a great relief."

  • Research organisation opens its software to the world, hopes others follow (2009-07-18 03:05:22)
    openNICTA: "Research organisation National ICT Australia (NICTA) has stepped up its support for open source software by launching the OpenNICTA portal where people can view and download software developed and licensed by the organisation."