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Developer Linux News for Nov 30, 2010

  • Peter Sunde attempting to create p2p alternative to ICANN (Nov 30, 2010, 22:35) "According to Sunde's Twitter feed he has been suspicious of ICANN for a long time."

  • PMML Makes Predictive Analytics and Data Mining Easier (Nov 30, 2010, 20:05)
    eCRM Guide: "Predictive analytics — the art of mining and analyzing historical data patterns to predict the future — is not a common term among IT types, let alone consumers. Yet predictive analytics is practiced widely, and its use affects millions of consumers and businesses every day."

  • When Linus is away, Linux Kernel developers will... (Nov 30, 2010, 19:05)
    Netstat -vat: "Normally, you'd think that when the 'boss' is away, that the 'employees' will slack-off. But the exact opposite is what happens with Linux kernel developers."

  • Symbian Foundation to Shutdown Websites (Nov 30, 2010, 13:35)
    Linux Pro Magazine: "The Symbian Foundation announces website closures starting mid-December 2010."

  • LPC: Michael Meeks on LibreOffice and code ownership (Nov 30, 2010, 11:05) "Back when the 2010 Linux Plumbers Conference was looking for presentations, the LibreOffice project had not yet announced its existence. So Michael Meeks put in a vague proposal for a talk having to do with and promised the organizers it would be worth their time."