Linux Today: Linux News On Internet Time.

More on LinuxToday

Developer Linux News for Dec 29, 2010

  • Season of KDE 2010 (2010-12-29 21:32:59)
    KDE.news: "This year was the 4th Season of KDE. Season of KDE (SoK) allows KDE to help support students and worthwhile projects who didn't manage to get one of the limited places in the Google Summer of Code program."

  • Ext4 filesystem hits Android, no need to fear data loss (2010-12-29 20:32:59)
    ars Technica: "Google's new Nexus S smartphone is the first Android device to use the Ext4 filesystem"

  • Book review: Linux Kernel Development, third edition (2010-12-29 19:02:59)
    LWN.net: "It has been well over five years since LWN reviewed the second edition of Robert Love's Linux Kernel Development. Needless to say, things have changed a little since the 2.6.10 release covered by that edition."

  • Behind the KOffice split (2010-12-29 17:32:59)
    LWN.net: "On December 6th the KDE Project announced the Calligra Project, which was called a "continuation of the KOffice project." Others, though, might call it a fork or a split between the bulk of the KOffice developers and KWord developer Thomas Zander."

  • Coding styles comparison in the Open Source Software world (2010-12-29 17:02:59)
    Balau: "While looking for existing C coding standards I discovered that the GNU and Linux projects officially suggest very different styles. Inside the Linux kernel documentation, Linus Torvalds goes so far as to mock GNU coding standards:"

  • OpenSceneGraph: Managing Scene Graph (2010-12-29 05:02:59)
    Packt: "Create high-performance virtual reality applications with OpenSceneGraph, one of the best 3D graphics engines."