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Infrastructure Linux News for Aug 19, 2002

  • SourceForge: Corporate Open Source Collaboration? (2002-08-19 19:00:56)
    An overview of the OSCAR project: "Historically, Open Source software has been developed by individuals or groups of individuals working on software in their spare time, or unofficially at their jobs as part of just 'getting things done...' Now that Corporations are playing the Open Source collaboration game, there's a whole new booger in the machine..."

  • LinuxPlanet: Linux Books: The Best and the Brightest (2002-08-19 17:30:32)
    New to Linux? Not so new? There are online and offline sources of information about the free operating system to be found everywhere. If you are one of those people who are inclined to get their information from those offline objects known as "books," Dee-Ann LeBlanc provides this roundup up really helpful volumes for almost every skill level.

  • The Register: Post Red Hat Knock-Off, Sun Still Plans Own Linux (2002-08-19 16:00:11)
    "Sun Microsystems Inc has maintained that it will be developing its own extensions to the Linux operating system after confirming suggestions that its recently released Sun Linux 5.0 distribution is based almost entirely on Red Hat Inc's Linux 7.2..."

  • SearchWindowsManageability.com: Linux-Windows TCO Contest 'A Wash' for Now (2002-08-19 11:00:18)
    "The total-cost-of-ownership contest between the Linux and Windows operating systems is too close to call for now, according to IT pros on the show floor at... [last] week's LinuxWorld Conference and Expo..."