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Developer Linux News for Feb 09, 2011

  • Mozilla Rolls Out 2011 Firefox Roadmap (2011-02-09 23:05:32)
    Linux Pro Magazine: "The seven Product Priorities for 2011 include: Ship Firefox 4, 5, 6 and 7 in the 2011 calendar year"

  • Open hardware can yield dividends (2011-02-09 21:05:32)
    IT Wire: "A few years ago, when Jonathan Oxer, former Linux Australia president, author, and owner of a web design company, started playing around with the Arduino, he was doing it for the sheer intellectual pleasure."

  • Linus Torvalds: looking back, looking forward (2011-02-09 17:05:32)
    IT Wire: "Torvalds is an excellent subject for an interview; he never evades a question, not even if he has a single word to offer as reply. And despite claiming to have a big ego, he is indeed very approachable."

  • Oracle and IBM to share open-source Java leadership (2011-02-09 13:35:32)
    Computing: "Oracle has agreed to share governance of the OpenJDK Java community with IBM, in a move that demonstrates considerable good will, according to one analyst."

  • What is Kamoso (2011-02-09 09:05:32)
    Afiestas Blog: "A lot of people has been asking me (or complaining) what is Kamoso and what we intend to do with it, so I've decided to use a blog post to explain it. Short Description: Kamoso is an application for taking Pictures and Videos using any webcam."

  • arduino in the third person (2011-02-09 07:35:32)
    Flickr: "was fussing around with the Arduino IDE's settings and got this adorable error message"