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Infrastructure Linux News for Nov 10, 2003

  • Computerworld Australia: Film School Sees Success with Open Source CMS (2003-11-10 22:00:17)
    "An open-source content management system is saving the Australian Film, Television and Radio School thousands of dollars in up-front licensing fees for its 1500-page Web environment..."

  • SearchNetworking: IBM's Case for VoIP (2003-11-10 18:00:05)
    Johnny Barnes, IBM's vice president of global IT solutions and standards, told attendees that his company plans to migrate at least 80% of its more than 300,000 employees to voice over IP [atop Linux] by 2008..."

  • IBM: Open Source Not Ready for the Desktop (2003-11-10 14:00:23)
    A Register article implicates Big Blue in statements made last week indicating OSS isn't ready, while ZDnet reports that IBM plans to say today at the Desktop Linux Conference that Linux is ready. Perhaps all that money they invested in Novell/Ximian/SUSE changed their minds...

  • LinuxDevices: Another Native-DSP Linux port--This One to ADI's Blackfin (2003-11-10 11:30:50)
    "We asked the question 'World's first native-DSP Linux port?' and an astute reader dropped us an email with news of another native-DSP Linux port..."

  • NewsForge: Moodss for Monitoring (2003-11-10 10:00:24)
    "Jean-Luc dropped me a note after seeing the GKrellM review a week or two ago and invited me to take a look at his Modular Object Oriented Dynamic SpreadSheet (Moodss) project..."

  • developerWorks: Securing Web Services Using SSL and Tivoli Access Manager 4.1 (2003-11-10 07:00:00)
    "This article will assist integrators and developers programming Web Services using Apache AXIS that want to add authentication and authorization using Tivoli Access Manager..."