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Linux News for Apr 27, 2008

  • Pint-Sized But Versatile Linux Server Hits North America (2008-04-27 20:00:30)
    BetaNews: "A pint-sized, multi-functional Linux server small enough to hold in the palm of your hand, was released this week into the North American market by Japan-based Plat'Home..."

  • Kuali Develops Open Source Financial and ERP Applications for Universities (2008-04-27 16:00:18)
    Linux.com: "Financial and ERP applications are arguably the last bastion of proprietary software giants, but the Kuali Foundation wants to eliminate those remaining barriers to open source enterprise systems..."

  • Jury Still Out In Reiser Trial (2008-04-27 12:00:51)
    KNTV: "Jurors began their deliberations shortly before 3 p.m. on Tuesday, adding up to of two full days of talk..."

  • Will Mesh Take the Web from Open Source? (2008-04-27 08:00:54)
    ZDNet: "The launch of Microsoft's Live Mesh has a lot of people asking what this means for key competitors like Google or Adobe. But what does it mean for open source...?"

  • Draft FLOSS Policy Best Practice--Request for Comments (2008-04-27 04:00:39)
    Brendan Scott's Weblog "One of the things I got to talk about there was some directions for FLOSS related policy--which turns out to be unusually relevant because the Australian Government is conducting a review into innovation in Australia..."

  • A Few Questions to Enlightenment's Rasterman (2008-04-27 00:00:30)
    OSnews: "Enlightenment 0.17, the big, long awaited new release of the Enlightenment project, has been in the making for a long time now--since December 2000, to be precise..."