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Developer Linux News for Aug 26, 2009

  • The Perils of Linux Maturity: Torvalds Fakes Emerge in Twittersphere (2009-08-26 21:02:10)
    Jim Zemlin's blog: "For the next few weeks, four FakeLinusTorvalds (#flt1, #flt2, #flt3 and #lft4) will be tweeting from our Identi.ca (linuxfoundation) and Twitter feeds (www.twitter.com/linuxfoundation), posing as the real Linus."

  • "why the lucky stiff" Vanishes (2009-08-26 15:02:42)
    The H Open: "The noted Ruby coder, writer, artist and eccentric known only by his online identity "why the lucky stiff" or _why for short, has disappeared from the Internet."

  • Open source NTFS developers sign IP agreement with Microsoft (2009-08-26 14:02:42)
    Tuxera press release: "Tuxera, the NTFS-3G File System Provider, Signs Intellectual Property Agreement with Microsoft, Announces Tuxera exFAT for Embedded Systems"

  • Fedora Rawhide nightly live spins available (2009-08-26 12:02:42)
    Adam Williamson: "Now you can test the freshest Rawhide without having to install it."

  • Gateways in sipXecs 4.0: Part 1 (2009-08-26 06:32:42)
    Packt: "In this article by Michael W. Picher, we will learn all about gateways in sipXecs 4.0. We will discuss how to add gateways which will include managed gateways and unmanaged gateways. Managed gateways will include PSTN Lines, Caller ID, Dial Plan, SIP, Voice Codecs, Proxy and Registration, DTMF & Dialing, Advanced Parameters, Supplementary Services, FXO, Network, Media, RTP/RTPC and Management"