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Infrastructure Linux News for Jun 06, 2002

  • Linux Weekly News for June 6, 2002 (2002-06-06 23:30:24)
    Inside this week's edition: Fun with software patents; Red Hat and software patents; ADEOS - Avoiding real-time Linux patents; UnitedLinux makes its launch; The new LWN.net site; more.

  • LinuxPlanet: Taking Up the Slack(ware) (2002-06-06 20:30:19)
    The latest rev of Slackware, RC2 of Version 8.1, has been out for a few days, so Kurt Wall has taken it out for a test drive. Along the way, he discovered that many of things that make Slackware unique are still handled the same way. And maybe that's not such a bad thing.

  • The Register: UnitedLinux Agrees to Differ (2002-06-06 17:30:28)
    While Linux Today was talking to the folks at SuSE, The Register spoke with Caldera to get their take on licensing UnitedLinux: "But as the story unravels, it looks like the per-seat pricing looks like a stayer, at least for Caldera..."

  • First Monday: Cave or Community? An Empirical Examination of 100 Mature Open Source Projects (2002-06-06 13:00:36)
    "Based on a study of the top 100 mature products on Sourceforge, I find a few surprising things. First, most OSS programs are developed by individuals, rather than communities..."

  • Linux Journal: Visual Development with Qt 3.0 (2002-06-06 01:00:19)
    "When Qt 3.0 was released in October 2001, it was a singificant upgrade and was well received. The most important features of Qt 3.0 are the extensions of the utility libraries, the addition of a rich text edit widget, fabulous support for international fonts and a vastly improved Qt Designer..."