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Infrastructure Linux News for Dec 24, 2010

  • Yes, Virginia, There Is a Santa Claus: Google! (2010-12-24 21:02:33)
    Datamation: "To the best of my knowledge, Santa Claus and Google have never been seen in the same room. Coincidence? I think not."

  • Assange: Manning a 'political prisoner' in US (2010-12-24 20:02:33)
    MSNBC: This story is not about linux directly, but it is about openness in speech, and use of technology that is likely foss technology. More importantly, it is a topic of great value to all journalistic sites. It is also very interesting from an informed individual.

  • The Trojan App (2010-12-24 19:02:33)
    I, Cringely: "It wasn't so many years ago, remember, when AT&T (the old AT&T, the U. S. national telephone monopoly) owned the phone wire in your walls."

  • Why Governments Should Use Open Source Licensing (2010-12-24 07:02:33)
    Computerworld: "Here's a wonderful cautionary tale: Systran created a specially adapted version of its Systran-Unix machine translation software for the [European] Commission, calling it EC-Systran Unix between 1997 and 2002."

  • Openwall Linux 3.0 brings new features (2010-12-24 03:02:33)
    The H Open: "Marking nearly 10 years of Openwall GNU/*/Linux, the Openwall Project developers have released version 3.0 of Openwall."