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Developer Linux News for Oct 13, 2010

  • Linsched for 2.6.35 released (2010-10-13 19:34:56)
    LWN.net: "I would like to announce the availability of the Linux Scheduler Simulator (Linsched) for 2.6.35."

  • Pay Per Patch: A Free Software Market Model (2010-10-13 19:04:56)
    Free Software Magazine: "Free software can be viewed as sort of a public good — everyone can benefit from it. Instead of paying for complete applications, buyers may wish to only pay for specific program elements they want, which the software lacks. Therein lies an opportunity to make money on free software, instead of around it."

  • Wine 1.2.1 Released (2010-10-13 11:04:56)
    Wine-Reviews: "The Wine maintenance release 1.2.1 is now available."

  • Java Trap, 2010 Edition (2010-10-13 05:04:56)
    Paul's Journal: "When you build software in Java and the JVM, you are being locked into only running it on a platform controlled by a single company — Oracle."

  • Where, oh where, is the ECMA-compliant Mono source code? (2010-10-13 03:34:56)
    IT Wire: "De Icaza is extremely punctual in announcing these Mono releases. However, there is one release which he hasn't spoken about for more than a year - and which, I think, he would like everyone to forget about."

  • The 10 Most Popular DIY Wiki Projects (2010-10-13 02:04:56)
    Developer.com: "In a 2005 interview with the BBC, World Wide Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee referred to the rise of wikis, or "editable Web spaces," as meeting his original vision for a readable and writable communications medium."