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Developer Linux News for Feb 23, 2010

  • The insecurity of OpenBSD (2010-02-23 23:33:11)
    All That is Wrong With the World: "I certainly don’t mean to imply that OpenBSD is a horribly insecure operating system – it isn’t. I do however need to highlight that OpenBSD is quite far removed from a secure operating system, and will attempt to justify this position below."

  • The Apache Software Foundation Announces the 15th Anniversary of the Apache HTTP Web Server (2010-02-23 22:33:11)
    The Apache Software Foundation Blog: "The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) -- developers, stewards, and incubators of 138 Open Source projects -- today announced the 15th anniversary of the Apache HTTP Web Server."

  • GNOME Shell 2.29 Brings A Lot Of Improvements (2010-02-23 21:33:11)
    Phoronix: "Perhaps the single biggest new component for the GNOME 3.x stack is the GNOME Shell and this is the package that just reached version 2.29.0. GNOME 2.29.0 brings a lot of improvements."

  • Hands-on and under the hood: Ars tests Firefox on Android (2010-02-23 20:03:11)
    ars Technica: "Although the porting effort is still at an early stage of development, it is moving forward swiftly. Mozilla's developers achieved an important milestone this week by demonstrating that the browser can run on the Nexus One smartphone."

  • Fedora Splits and Goes Faster (2010-02-23 18:33:11)
    Linux Planet: "Red Hat's community Linux has undergone a major development change, with the bleeding edge Rawhide splitting off to become its own branch. A look at what this means, and why it matters."

  • Mark Shuttleworth at PyCon: Cadence, Quality and Design (2010-02-23 15:03:11)
    the Bitsource: "Mark Shuttleworth, Founder of Canonical (maker of the Ubuntu Linux Distribution) spoke with me at the PyCon 2010 Python conference in Atlanta, GA."