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Developer Linux News for Oct 18, 2010

  • Ubuntu 10.10 � the release cycle in review� (2010-10-18 23:04:22)
    Linux User and Developer: "Ubuntu 10.10 developer and Community Leader Dave Walker reflects on Maverick Meerkat's release cycle. Celebrating with a 10/10/10 release date meant a compressed development period. Many said it couldn't (or wouldn't) be done. They were wrong..."

  • XtreemOS Consortium Announces Public Access to Open Test Bed (2010-10-18 21:34:22)
    XtreemOS: The XtreemOS consortium, an FP6 European research project, funded in part by the European Commission, is pleased to announce the opening of a publicly accessible test bed.

  • Does Every Developer Deserve a Mental Health Day? (2010-10-18 16:04:22)
    Datamation: ""I'm taking a much deserved mental health day tomorrow." This matter-of-fact announcement came from Joni, one of my slightly buzzed developer teammates, as we enjoyed a Thursday happy hour around a crowded table"

  • Canonical, Ltd. Finally On Record: Seeking Open Core (2010-10-18 15:34:22)
    Bradley M. Kuhn: "I've written before about my deep skepticism regarding the true motives of Canonical, Ltd.'s advocacy and demand of for-profit corporate copyright assignment without promises to adhere to copyleft."

  • Defending Open Standards: FSFE refutes BSA's false claims to European Commission (2010-10-18 07:04:22)
    FSFE.org: "The Business Software Alliance (BSA) is pressuring the European Commission to remove the last vestiges of support for Open Standards from the latest version of the EU's interoperability recommendations, the European Interoperability Framework."