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Developer Linux News for Feb 22, 2011

  • Qt implementation for Android introduced (2011-02-22 23:05:11)
    The H Open: "The Romanian software developer Bogdan Vatra has announced a first alpha version of his Qt implementation for the Android mobile operating system."

  • Why Firefox Could Still Be the Browser Story of the Year (2011-02-22 21:35:11)
    OStatic: "As 2011 begins, browsers represent one of the most hotly contested categories in all of open source. Open source browsers, especially Google Chrome and Firefox, are leading innovation, and are both on increasingly rapid development cycles."

  • Fedora to include hacking tool Sqlninja after all (2011-02-22 21:05:11)
    The H Open: "As recorded in the minutes of the most recent meeting of the Fedora board, the Fedora Project is to integrate hacking tool sqlninja into its Linux distribution."

  • Mozilla delays final Firefox beta (2011-02-22 14:35:11)
    Computerworld UK: "It's looking increasingly unlikely that Mozilla will ship Firefox 4 this month. On Thursday, Christian Legnitto, who oversees Firefox releases, said that Beta 12 would probably not ship for several days."

  • Telstra frees T-Hub open source code (finally complies with licenses) (2011-02-22 14:05:11)
    Delimeter: "The nation's biggest telco Telstra has made the open source software components used to build its T-Hub next-generation home telephone system publicly available, after it was criticised for keeping them private by an Australian software developer last year."