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Developer Linux News for Oct 16, 2009

  • LiMo Fights Back (Oct 16, 2009, 22:02)
    Forbes: "As Google expands its influence in the wireless industry, a rival mobile Linux consortium plots its response."

  • The Final OOXML Update: Part II (Oct 16, 2009, 21:32)
    An Antic Disposition: "Despite their earlier promises that control of OOXML would be handed over to an independent, international committee, a look at attendance records reveals that the committee that maintains OOXML (JTC1/SC34/WG4) consists mainly of Microsoft employees, who outnumber any other company or organization on the committee 10-to-1."

  • Linux virtualization and PCI passthrough (Oct 16, 2009, 18:32)
    IBM Developerworks: "Processors have evolved to improve performance for virtualized environments, but what about I/O aspects? Discover one such I/O performance enhancement called device (or PCI) passthrough. This innovation improves performance of PCI devices using hardware support from Intel or AMD"

  • LPC: The past, present, and future of Linux audio (Oct 16, 2009, 15:02) "Ardour and JACK developer Paul Davis looked at audio from mostly the professional audio perspective, while PulseAudio developer Lennart Poettering, unsurprisingly, discussed desktop audio."

  • I give up.. (Oct 16, 2009, 14:02)
    fewt@blog:~$ _: "I just can't do it, because Ubuntu sucks. Instead of moving forward with every release, they have the uncanny ability to take Linux back in time by piling code that doesn't work on top of more code that doesn't work until they have turned their OS into a garbage salad."