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Developer Linux News for Oct 12, 2010

  • IBM Joins Oracle in OpenJDK Effort (2010-10-12 22:02:17)
    Developer.com: "By finally bringing IBM into the OpenJDK fold -- something that Sun Microsystems was unable to do -- Oracle is helping to cement its position as the leader of the Java community."

  • Video Interview with James Bottomley, kernel SCSI maintainer. (2010-10-12 21:32:17)
    Open Source at Google "When people first meet Linux Kernel SCSI subsystem maintainer James Bottomley, one question that often comes up is, "Why the bow tie?""

  • Michael Meeks talks about LibreOffice and the Document Foundation (2010-10-12 16:02:17)
    LWN.net: "Probably the first question that will come to mind for most of our readers is "Why?" — why fork OpenOffice.org? And why now?"

  • Plasma Mobile Technology Preview Features in Kubuntu 10.10 (2010-10-12 14:17:17)
    KDE.news: "Yesterday's Kubuntu 10.10 release features new KDE software for your phone. Working with KDE's Plasma Mobile team, Kubuntu have created Kubuntu Mobile, suitable for smart phones and available for i386 and ARM platforms."

  • systemd -- and #osc10 (2010-10-12 08:04:17)
    opensuse Lizards: "Systemd is a replacement for SystemV init and in heavy development since the first announcement on April 30th by Lennart Poettering. Thanks to Kay Sievers' work, we have packages for openSUSE curent Factory stream as well."

  • HTC Willfully Violates the GPL in T-Mobile's New G2 Android Phone (2010-10-12 06:04:17)
    Freedom to Tinker: "Last week, the hottest new Android-based phone arrived on the doorstep of thousands of expectant T-Mobile customers. What didn't arrive with the G2 was the source code that runs the heart of the device -- a customized Linux kernel."