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Infrastructure Linux News for Jul 25, 2002

  • InfoWorld: Pondering Palladium (2002-07-25 23:30:16)
    "Whenever I mention Microsoft I inevitably hear from someone who thinks that I am just Microsoft-bashing. Frankly, I'd love to avoid the subject of Microsoft altogether, but there's no way to ignore the company as long as it tries to undermine the growth of open source..."

  • LinuxWorld: Why You Should Take a Mac User to Lunch (2002-07-25 16:00:05)
    "Apple's new rackmount server is just another Unix box -- with big implications for the Linux community. Four million new Unix users a year, that's the MacOS X promise and it's a market full of friends with whom we should be working..."

  • LWN.net Weekly Edition for July 25, 2002 (2002-07-25 14:30:17)
    Inside this week's LWN.net Weekly Edition: RealNetworks goes open source - sort of; Here come the copyright vigilantes; The end of the road [for Linux Weekly News]; more.

  • The Mercury News: Open-source Movement Fueled by Community Spirit (2002-07-25 11:00:08)
    "Open source software runs at the core of the Internet, which would not be what it is today without the contributions of countless volunteers. Open source is one of the last remaining constraints on monopolists like Microsoft, and offers alternatives in an increasingly monocultural environment..."

  • GNU-Darwin Update: Initial BSD-style Package Release (2002-07-25 07:00:04)
    A brief update from the GNU-Darwin Project.