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Developer Linux News for Dec 20, 2010

  • Working on Technology at Startups (2010-12-20 23:34:24)
    Linux.com: "Richard Tibbets has called me out for conflating Web 2.0 startups with all startups in my recent blog posting, "Google has a problem retaining great engineers? Bullcrap.". His complaint was that I was over generalizing from Web 2.0 startups to all startups."

  • Android 2.3 code hits the net (2010-12-20 20:34:24)
    LWN.net: "The Android 2.3 code is being posted in the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) repositories. It would have been nice to see it while it was under development, but this is far better than nothing"

  • Is Nokia Doomed? (2010-12-20 19:04:24)
    Linux.com: "There's been a lot of discussion regarding whether or not Nokia is Doomed or not. The people who say Nokia are doomed basically point out that Nokia doesn't have any attractive products at the high end, and at the low end the margins are extremely thin."

  • LG B Could Make the iPhone Look Fat and Dull (2010-12-20 15:04:24)
    LinuxInsider: "Leaked photos of an LG Android smartphone supposedly called the "B" reveal what could be the slimmest smartphone yet -- even skinnier than the iPhone 4."

  • 'Software vendors are mere stewards for ideas' (2010-12-20 14:04:24)
    TechRadar: "From the outside, the world of open source software can appear turbulent, disorganised and disparate. But when it comes to the creation of software, these consequences work to its advantage."

  • Software flaws don't negate "many eyes" in open source (2010-12-20 03:04:24)
    IT World: "Bugs in Linux, OpenBSD are just human nature, not a flaw in the system"