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Linux News for Aug 28, 2004

  • NewsForge: Email Sender ID: The Hype and the Reality (Aug 28, 2004, 21:00)
    "In this article we'll look at the evolution of the current Sender ID proposals, and we'll also examine some of the non-technical barriers which might prevent any of the proposed solutions from ever working..."

  • LinuxWorld Australia: The Rewards of Open Source (Aug 28, 2004, 17:00)
    "But the solution to one business problem created another. It disenfranchised the people in the open source community whose energy and ideas created Linux and continue to drive its evolution..."

  • iTWeb: Mass Adoption of OSS Coming (Aug 28, 2004, 13:00)
    "Open source is a viable and cost-effective option for business, and mass adoption will occur, delegates at the second Open Source Software Africa Conference were told yesterday..."

  • PCWorld: Where the Geeks Are Taking Us (Aug 28, 2004, 09:00)
    "The big, in-your-face news--the stuff that generates press releases and press kits and tchotchkes, and flows out of garish, hypercolored booths--is almost always geared at big business..."

  • LinuxWorld Australia: Mailbag: Challenging SCO (Aug 28, 2004, 05:00)
    "Reader Leon Brooks, also vice president of the Perth Linux User Group, has allowed us to publish his letter..."

  • LinuxWorld: How Will Companies Ever Make Money Off Open-Source? (Aug 28, 2004, 01:00)
    "The question 'How will Sun ever make money off giving so much source-code to open source'--as it did in 2000 with, has most recently with Project Looking Glass and is about to again with Solaris--is the wrong one, argues Sun's Simon Phipps..."