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Infrastructure Linux News for Feb 26, 2011

  • Canonical & Banshee Agree to Disagree (2011-02-26 23:03:13)
    ZDNet: "Canonical, Ubuntu's parent company, has spoken with the developers of Banshee, which is to be the default music player in next version of Ubuntu Linux, and announced a "compromise" on how to handle Banshee's revenue from its built-in Amazon Store connection. Banshee's programmers are not happy."

  • First look at Ubuntu "Natty" and the state of Unity (2011-02-26 19:03:13)
    LWN.net: "Ubuntu's 11.04 release ("Natty Narwhal") is going to be an important inflection point for the project, and for Canonical. The company is banking on its users, and potential users, embracing a user interface (Unity) that differs significantly from the previous Ubuntu release as well as other familiar desktop UIs."

  • When The Net Was Young (2011-02-26 03:03:13)
    Anarchy != Chaos: "I would like to wax philosophic on a subject for a moment. My apologies to anyone who doesn't care."