2do is, to quote its site, "A simple to-do list for the Web" based on PHP and MySQL. But it's more: 2do is a multi-user interactive to-do list capable of handling multiple projects easily while maintaining its simplicity. Designed for use by open source projects with hundreds of developers around the world, 2do implements many handy features for developers with virtually no learning curve.
Linux Australia has appointed its first official education officer in a bid to further promote education and certification within the Linux community.
A valuable resource for advanced users looking to deploy Samba in a production environment.
A follow-up to April's print article,"Real-World PHP Security".
Hyderabad based Everyone's Linux (ELX), which claims to be the first Indian Linux distribution company, is set to launch its range of Linux offerings in India.
No users of the popular open source operating systems such as Linux and FreeBSD have been infected. Nor were Apple Mac OS X or Unix users.
BEA Systems plans to start an open-source project around its WebLogic Workshop Java development tool in an effort to drive wider adoption of its software.
A new Open Source evaluation model will be published this summer that will finally shed some long-over harsh light on the key question: Can I use Open Source for that? This new hard-nosed evaluation tool, called the Open Source Maturity Model, will provide technical and non-technical IT managers a step-by-step, empirical way to "score" the enterprise-readiness of any Open Source project. With SourceForge now boasting some 70,000 projects, OSMM may be coming at just the right time to help Open Source advocates to cut through the clutter, without putting their own reputations on the line.
Open source proponents and a Microsoft official had varying perspectives on the value of the open source model during separate discussions at the 2004 SIIA Enterprise Software Summit in San Francisco on Wednesday.
The Linux Cluster Institute's 5th annual conference on Linux Clusters is underway this week in Austin, Texas. Tutorials were presented Monday at the Texas Advanced Computing Center of the University of Texas. The conference itself began Tuesday and ...
To win battles for enterprise hearts, minds and dollars, Novell will have to do more than open some of its code.
Students' Council committed Feds to using plain text in e-mails and considering open source software for purchase when it passed a new policy Sunday.
It's hard to imagine that Linus Torvalds could have launched Linux without directly using earlier operating system work, according to a report that has become controversial even before its scheduled publication Thursday.
Mel Gorman announced that his 2.4 VM documentation [story] has been made intoa book. Published under the GPL, the entire book will also be downloadable for free in 90 days.
Flashline, author of software asset management solutions, has put together a Patterns Book for helping get Open Source projected started within an enterprise
BEA's push to WLW's Development Framework into the Open Source community, dubbed Project Beehive, is aimed at simplifying J2EE development for all J2EE devs
The year 2004 has been chosen for starting to develop open source softwares (OSS) in Viet Nam. Early this year, the Prime Minister issued a decision approving a master plan to apply and develop OSS during the 2004-2008 period.
Can Linux improve the lives of millions of people too poor to own a computer?
The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) said it is working with Cisco Systems Inc. to investigate the theft of computer source code from the networking company, said Paul Bresson, an FBI spokesman.