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Linux News for May 26, 2007

  • Firefox 3.0 Passes Major Milestone (2007-05-26 20:00:53)
    LinuxWorld Australia: "Mozilla has met a major milestone in its march to Firefox 3.0, developers said yesterday, by adding another chunk of the new Places feature to the alpha set for release late next week..."

  • Linux Penguin to Race in the Indy 500 (2007-05-26 16:00:40)
    CNET News: "Penguins, start your engines. If you watch the Indianapolis 500 on TV this Sunday, look closely at blue No. 77 car and you might see a penguin running at more than 250 mph..."

  • VA Software Drops Software, Becomes Sourceforge (2007-05-26 12:00:41)
    LinuxWorld Australia: "One of the survivors of the early days of Linux has changed its name and folded its software division in favour of doing business entirely on the Web..."

  • Eternal Vigilance Is the Price of Linux (2007-05-26 08:00:13)
    Linux.org: "It's one of those pieces that includes a variation on the expression '[n] Reasons' in the title, where 'n' is the number of arguments the author came up with before he ran out of ideas..."

  • Hey Microsoft, Sue Me First (2007-05-26 04:00:00)
    Linux Journal: "I bought the domain name HeyMicrosoftSueMe.org at the suggestion of Marcel Gagné after posting a blog entry on the topic..."

  • Why Is Dell Hiding Their Ubuntu Boxes? (2007-05-26 00:00:36)
    LXer: "If you visit Dell's home page, you see absolutely nothing pertaining to GNU/Linux, Ubuntu, Open Source--nothing..."