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Infrastructure Linux News for Apr 25, 2008

  • Something to Really Bake Your Noodle (2008-04-25 22:30:39)
    Editor's Note: Not too excited with the desktop? Ubuntu updates making you yawn? A look at one future of desktop development may have you reaching for those shades...

  • Ubuntu Launchpad for Affero? (2008-04-25 16:30:26)
    Reg Developer: "Mark Shuttleworth, Canonical's chief executive, has said AGPL is 'a strong candidate' for the eventual open source release of Launchpad, Canonical's developer collaboration tool..."

  • SnapLogic Claims Really Simple (Open Source) Integration (2008-04-25 12:00:37)
    Computer Business Review: "Integrating disparate data, applications and systems is a challenge that has made companies like Tibco and Informatica rich..."

  • Getting Data Into and Out of an OpenOffice.org Base Database (2008-04-25 09:00:10)
    Linux.com: "The ability to import and export data is crucial to any database management system, and OpenOffice.org Base is no exception..."

  • Browsing the Web the Old-Fashioned Way (2008-04-25 06:00:12)
    Linux.com: "Are you in the mood for some '90s-style Web browsing with no graphic elements? Or, more realistically, do you work with a Linux console and often need to check something on the Web...?"

  • A Quick Look at the Spring GNU/Linux Distributions (2008-04-25 01:30:53)
    Free Software Magazine: "Out of the top 6 GNU/Linux distributions (according to DistroWatch.com), four are releasing or have released builds between April and June. What's new in them...?"

  • OLPC: It's About the Kids, Not Open Source (2008-04-25 00:00:13)
    Practical Technology: "Things started heating up at OLPC when Walter Bender, the former president of software and content, was first moved to the job of director of deployment..."