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Infrastructure Linux News for Jul 15, 2003

  • PC Magazine: Linux Tipping Point (2003-07-15 23:30:59)
    "For one thing, Microsoft is slowly mucking with its own success by introducing all sorts of new modifications to the way it develops and sells software, which means there is more of a possibility of a horrible misstep than ever before. Microsoft could create a tipping point for Linux..."

  • United Nations: Linux Training to Enhance Membership in Global IT Arena (2003-07-15 20:30:32)
    "This week has seen the commencement of Afghan civil servants trained and certificated in LINUX operating systems to utilize and administer in their respective organizations..."

  • OpenOffice.org 1.1 RC1 Released (2003-07-15 14:30:36)
    The first release candidate for OpenOffice.org 1.1 is out and about. Feature list, links within.

  • Linux Journal: Equinox ESP-2 MI 10/100 Serial Hub [Review] (2003-07-15 10:00:01)
    "The ESP-2 MI 2-port serial hub by Equinox does its job--enabling serial peripherals to function as IP-enabled devices on the network--efficiently and without any fuss..."

  • Computerworld.NZ: World Summit Bodies Debate Open Document Formats (2003-07-15 07:00:17)
    "Open systems software could become a key topic at December's World Summit on the Information Society. Many governments are inclining towards open source platforms like Linux, and the question of longevity of records has also arisen..."

  • eWeek: Portland Taleblazer (2003-07-15 01:00:26)
    OScon: "Spencer expected the conference to be something of a war dance aimed at SCO's threat to the open-source community, with its claim that Linux is an unauthorized derivative of Unix..."