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Developer Linux News for Oct 21, 2010

  • Steve Wozniak: "Android frustates me" (2010-10-21 23:02:24)
    derStandard: "Apples Co-founder talks about the future of smartphones, what he doesn't like about Android and his favorite iPhone Apps"

  • ReactOS Pushes Out A New Operating System Release (2010-10-21 16:32:24)
    Phoronix: "The developers behind ReactOS, the free software operating system working to re-implement the architecture of Microsoft Windows XP/2003 and attaining binary compatibility with existing Windows software, is now out with a new release."

  • Linux Kernel 2.6.36 Gets AppArmor (2010-10-21 16:02:24)
    Linux Planet: "The newest Linux kernel gains additional security tech with the formal debut of AppArmor. After years of being outside of the mainline, the AppArmor security system is now finally part of the main Linux kernel."

  • Canonical's Ubuntu Touch Efforts: A Closer Look (2010-10-21 15:32:24)
    The VAR Guy: "Most of the hype about touchscreen devices these days centers around the iPad and other highly proprietary hardware. But Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu Linux, has made major bets in recent months that touch-enabled computers will become ubiquitous in the open-source world as well"

  • SkySQL will try to drive MySQL fork, Oracle's ouster (2010-10-21 06:04:24)
    ZDNet:"The creation of SkySQL — a virtual spinoff of MySQL (pre-Sun, pre-Oracle)– was as inevitable as LibreOffice."

  • Citizen and government collaboration: let's work it out (2010-10-21 00:04:24)
    Opensource.com: "Over the last couple years, many of us involved with open source in government have had discussions about what it means for citizen coders to become involved in state, local and federal efforts."