Infrastructure Linux News for Mar 01, 2000
PRNewswire: Webb Interactive Services Launches Jabber, Inc.-XML Based Instant Messaging (2000-03-01 22:36:43)
"Webb's pioneering role in the integration of this innovative
technology will allow the XML open source platform to become a
foundation of advanced commerce, customer service, as well as
mobile and enterprise applications."
CNET News.com: Microsoft takes aim at Linux with reworked OS [NT Embedded] (2000-03-01 21:48:08)
"Analysts say Microsoft's move is a counter-attack against the
rival Linux operating system, which is making inroads into the
growing server appliance market."
Advogato.org: Internationalization guidelines (2000-03-01 21:02:44)
"GNU and Gnome software is getting better and better at
internationalization (i18n) and localization (l10n). Yet there are
still thorny issues to sort out."
LinuxPR: SupremeGS begins shipping Linux-based MediaStorm II servers for streaming media (2000-03-01 20:54:15)
"Systems designed to bring streaming media to corporate
Upside: All Linux all the time (2000-03-01 19:08:10)
"Maybe that's why it shouldn't be too surprising that Linux, the
operating system that lives to give CFOs heartburn, is suddenly
popping up as a key building block in the emerging Internet radio
BW: Gamers Depot Partners with Maximum PC / Maximum Linux (2000-03-01 18:52:05)
"... the Linux version of Gamers Depot became the first official
affiliate site for Imagine's Maximum Linux Network..."
Andover News: Linux and the Future (2000-03-01 18:09:54)
"I have a confession to make. I've made fun of Linux and it's
advocates. I will continue to do so."
LinuxPR: Server-less Version Control System coming to the Linux platform (2000-03-01 17:52:09)
"Reliable Software announces Code Coop for the Linux OS."
BW: TurboLinux Names New President and COO (2000-03-01 17:44:04)
"Appoints T. Paul Thomas, former President and CEO of Artisoft,
Linux.com: Taking to the Streets (2000-03-01 17:23:58)
"Amazon.com stunned the Internet again with another ludicrous
patent....they've also been granted a patent on Internet referral
programs. Funny, I thought that it was going to be Microsoft
pulling these kinds of tactics onto the Linux community."
LinuxPR: ODS Networks Chooses Red Hat Services For Help With New Linux-Based SecureCom Offer (2000-03-01 17:11:03)
"SecureCom offers one of the most integrated and secure methods
of Internet access, routing, Virtual Private Networking (VPN) and
ZDNet: Berst Alert: Here's Who Should Take a Flying Leap [Jesse Berst] (2000-03-01 17:09:30)
"...first-ever Flying Leap Award. The nominees are hell-bent on
destroying the Internet. ...you'll get to help choose the one most
worthy of taking a flying leap. The nominees are..."
Ch@nnelWEB: ASP Pulse: Migrating To Microsoft (2000-03-01 15:28:44)
"...Digex Inc. and Pandesic LLC... to migrate to Microsoft
Corp.'s long-awaited platform. ... Microsoft and Compaq Computer
Corp. made a combined $50 million investment in... Digex last
month, and Pandesic... is a Microsoft Business Internet Analytics
(BIA) provider partner."
Tech Republic: Buy Pogo or buy nothing! (2000-03-01 07:09:09)
"Pogo has put together a package that handles the Linux
operating system with incredible efficiency, speed, and
stability--the Altura Athlon."
LinuxPR: iPool selects AMS REALTIME for enterprise project management solution (2000-03-01 07:02:56)
"Linux-based system to help manage rapid growth of Internet
PRNewswire: Group Formed to Promote Open Source CRM Applications (2000-03-01 06:38:50)
"A collaborative effort to produce a suite of open source
Customer Relationship Management (CRM) applications was announced
at the DMA Net Marketing 2000 conference..."
LinuxPR: OpenMail 6 EP1 available (2000-03-01 05:27:05)
"Hewlett-Packard Company... announced that it is releasing its
first Enhancement Pack (EP1) for OpenMail(1) 6, one of the leading
business messaging/collaboration e-services solutions for
osOpinion: Microsoft Office for Linux? Not Likely (2000-03-01 05:05:25)
"Microsoft Office for Linux is one product that will probably
never make it out the door."
E-Commerce Times: TurboLinux Powers Japanese E-Commerce Giant (2000-03-01 01:31:00)
"According to International Data Corp. (IDC), the Japanese
market is taking the Linux OS seriously. The number of Linux-based
servers in Japan is expected hit 65,000 by 2003, an extraordinary
increase over the 1998 total of 2,200."
LinuxPR: Injun 1.0.0 - Web based application server (2000-03-01 01:08:09)
"Allows easy integration of applications into the WWW."