MacWeek.com: Is Darwin getting due respect?
Nov 26, 2000, 18:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Stephan Somogyi)
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"Linux is mainstream."
"No, really. Everywhere I look, not only are Linux and open
source equated, but the masses of punditry seem to be embracing it
all with great fervor. This is a good thing; it's just weird from
my perspective because there's so much more to open source software
"(I'm also quite curious to see how the fervor-filled Linux
community -- such as it is -- will behave as Linux continues
evolving into being less and less the underdog. Will the zealots
embrace and support the next worthy underdog, or gloat about how
l337 they have become?)"
"The BSDs (of which OpenBSD fits my needs best), for
example, run a distant second in the open source OS mind share
category. However, the one open source operating system that hasn't
gotten any coverage over the past week, despite having hit a major
milestone, is Darwin."
- ZDNet: Mac OS X & Darwin: All sizzle, little steak(Nov 23, 2000)
- The Register: Apple updates Darwin, asks for x86 work(Nov 18, 2000)
- Business 2.0: Apple Lifts a Page from Linux(Sep 19, 2000)
- MaximumLinux.com: Putting the Unix Dev Tools Back Into OS X(Sep 15, 2000)
- Industry Anticipates Mac OS X Roll Out(Sep 13, 2000)
- ZDNet: (Dawning of a) new Mac era(Sep 06, 2000)
- MacWeek: X on X, at last(Jul 31, 2000)
- MacOS X Revamped: Form AND Function Please(Jul 24, 2000)
- MacWeek.com: Open-source sermon at MacHack(Jun 23, 2000)
- SJ Mercury: Final version of Mac OS X will be delayed to 2001(May 17, 2000)
- LinuxMall.com: Apple Reaches Fruition: Darwin 1.0 Released(Apr 07, 2000)
- The Register: Darwin on x86 - Apple's Intel interest(Mar 28, 2000)
- MacDiscussion.com: Maclinux - When The Big Boys Come To Town(Mar 23, 2000)