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Developer Linux News for Mar 23, 2011

  • DIY wind turbine project goes open source
 (2011-03-23 23:08:03)
    TG Daily: "To encourage others to get involved in the development process, Applied Sciences decided to make the design of The Zoetrope 'open source' so that anyone interested and industrious enough can help to refine the design and/or customize it for use in different geographical areas with differing wind conditions."

  • An introduction to Embedded Linux, BeagleBoard & its Linux kernel port (2011-03-23 16:04:11)
    Linux User & Developer: "Enter BeagleBoard. This is the brainchild of a small group of volunteers (many of whom are Texas Instruments employees – TI's chips are used in the design) who were frustrated at the lack of affordable development boards, and with the kinds of concerns faced by those seeking to get involved with embedded development."

  • Linus Torvalds: Android copyright violation claim is bogus (2011-03-23 14:38:12)
    Network World: "Linux kernel creator Linus Torvalds has said new claims that Android violates the Linux license are 'totally bogus.'"

  • Why I Left Rackspace and What About Openstack (2011-03-23 12:03:19)
    Deprecation: "I think that Rackspace is trying to control Openstack rather than influence it. A perfect example is the recent change in governance. Basically, Rackspace made governance changes without talking to the development community or the sitting governance board."

  • Python4Kids: New Tutorial - Increasingly Trivial Questions (2011-03-23 05:08:36)
    Python Tutorials for Kids 8+: "If you remember back a few tutorials ago, we learnt how to pickle objects so that we could get them back later."