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Developer Linux News for Feb 01, 2011

  • Scripting the Linux desktop, Part 1: Basics (2011-02-01 23:32:32)
    IBM Developerworks: "This series of articles explores how to use Python to create scripts for the GNOME desktop, the screenlets framework, and Nautilus to deliver a highly productive environment. Scripts on the desktop enable drag-and-drop functionality and quick access to the information and services you commonly use."

  • CeBIT Open Source 2011 - Project Presentation VideoLAN (2011-02-01 22:02:32)
    Linux Pro magazine: "The biggest chalenges are always the lack of full-time developers, whichmakes it difficult to support the software. Moreover, we always fear there introduction of software patents in Europe, which would kill us."

  • HTML5 Tip - Drag and Drop hard drive files to a webpage! (2011-02-01 21:32:32)
    IBM Developerworks: "In previous blog entries, I shared HTML5 code examples for drag & drop, Geolocation, contenteditable and localStorage. Today, I will share a simple app that provides a code example of FileReader, which is part of the File API specification of HTML5."

  • What are the top ten open source projects? (2011-02-01 21:02:32)
    Netstat -vat: "Trying to come up with a list of the top ten open source projects is never an easy task - which is why I was interested in a new list put out today by OpenLogic."

  • Future transistors may replace silicon with molybdenite (2011-02-01 20:32:32)
    Geek.com: "Researchers in the field of microprocessors are always looking to the future to see what new materials are available as our chips get ever smaller, faster, and closer to the limits of current component manufacturing."

  • Enlightenment News - 1.0 Release of core EFL (2011-02-01 18:02:32)
    Enlightenment.org: "Finally after a long time coming, we are pleased to announce the 1.0 release of the core EFL libraries (With the exception of Eet at 1.4). The following libraries have been released:"

  • KDevelop 4.2 Supports Latest KDE Releases (2011-02-01 16:02:32)
    KDE.news: "Only three months after the last feature release, the KDevelop hackers are proud and happy to announce the release of KDevelop 4.2. As usual, we also make available updated versions of the KDevelop PHP plugins."

  • A Linux Compiler Deathmatch: GCC, LLVM, DragonEgg, Open64, Etc... (2011-02-01 14:32:32)
    Phoronix: "Started by one of our readers more than a week ago was a compiler deathmatch for comparing the performance of GCC, LLVM Clang, PCC (the Portable C Compiler), TCC (Tiny C Compiler), and Intel's C Compiler under Arch Linux."

  • Ubuntu Aims to Make Open-Source Development �Personal� (2011-02-01 13:32:32)
    The VAR Guy: "If leading members of the Ubuntu community have their way, however, the process of contributing to Ubuntu is set to become more "personal." Here's their plan, and how it fits into the bigger picture."

  • Bodhi Linux Release Candidate (2011-02-01 02:02:32)
    Thoughts on Technology: "Today the Bodhi team and I are happy to announce our release candidate (0.1.5) is now available to the general public. This disc includes a number of package updates, most notably Firefox beta 10 and EFL 1.0 stable release. For a full change log see here."