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Debian Project considers GNU FDL conditionally free

Debian Project considers GNU FDL conditionally free

Dapper launch date 1 June

While no official announcement has yet been made, an online meeting between Mark Shuttleworth and his team voted in favour of the six week delay for Ubuntu's Dapper Drake, setting the new release date as 1 June.

JBoss Signs Strategic, Multi-Level Partnership with Ten Art-ni

  • Press Release; By JBoss (Posted by tadelste on Mar 16, 2006 7:51 AM EDT)
Partnership with Japan's Leading Open Source Technology Integrator Further Extends JBoss Middleware into Japanese Market

Why you should switch to SuSE Linux Enterprise Desktop

I know many of you are still reluctant to phase out your NetWare servers in favor of Open Enterprise Server (OES) or SuSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES). So we won't talk about that today. Rather, I'm going to ask you to take a look at the systems on your users' desktops. More than likely, they're running some version of Windows. Is that really the best use of your (always limited) licensing dollars?

BIRT(h) of an open-source reporting alternative

BIRT, which turns two in August, is the lovechild of enterprise reporting specialist Actuate (which donated code and full-time technologists to the effort) and the open-source Eclipse software community. BIRT is a J2EE-based reporting solution that plugs into the Eclipse IDE. Like Microsoft’s SSRS offering, BIRT combines an embeddable reporting engine, report lifecycle management capabilities and a client authoring tool.

How one bank found a perfect balance for Linux and Windows

"I'm not a Microsoft hater," says Kerry Miller, a network engineer and PC services manager for the bank. "I just believe in the right tool at the right time..Only about 15% of the servers are on Linux," he says. "But the work is pretty important, supporting 100% of the users. It's not that we have a lot of Linux boxes, it's that the Linux boxes are in pretty strategic spots." ["in pretty strategic spots"- So in other words, they only use Windows where it does not matter if it crashes. - sharkscott]

Embedded Linux startup reports success, growth

A small, US-based professional services and consulting company specializing in embedded Linux reports that its revenues grew by an order of magnitude in 2005, while its staff size tripled. Embedded Alley Solutions CEO Pete Popov says the company was also able to increase its level of profitability during the year.

Penguins Get Savage

Second S2 title coming to a Linux Client near you

"We received tremendous support from the Linux community for our first title, Savage: The Battle for Newerth," said Marc DeForest, co-founder and lead designer of S2 Games.

LilyPond Helper Applications: Development Status

Our audio expert checks in with some of the core Linux audio projects to see what's new.

Industry's First Open Source HR / Applicant Tracking System (ATS) ...

CATS is the HR/Staffing/Recruiting industry’s first and only open source, enterprise class, web based ATS package. Built using the LAMP platform and open source design methodologies, CATS is on a fast track to rival the best proprietary ATS offerings in the marketplace..Using CATS, Human Resource managers and recruiters can easily manage critical talent acquisition issues in an easy yet powerful manner.

Mandriva co-founder ousted from Linux firm

Gael Duval loses his job after disappointing financial quarter; exec plans to start again with open-source software.

Bay State's Open Source Transition Angers Disabled Workers

"We expect customers to have a mixture of new prodcuts and older products in their working enviroment," said Alan Yates, general manager for Microsoft Office Information Worker Product Management Group. "Customers can upgrade at their own pace according to their own decisions."

Debian Installer etch beta 2 released

The Debian Installer team is proud to announce the second beta release of the installer for Debian GNU/Linux Etch.

Ubuntu Dapper Drake delay decision due

Dapper Drake, the next Ubuntu release, is going to be different, say the developers working on the release. So different, in fact, that Ubuntu founder Mark Shuttleworth has proposed a six-week delay for final polishing on the distribution that has captured the hearts of new and expert Linux users alike. Shuttleworth and the rest of the developer community surrounding Ubuntu call Dapper the first enterprise-level release.

DebianEdu/Skolelinux v 2.0r0 is out

"Skolelinux, the Debian-edu project's Custom Debian Distribution, is installed in hundreds of schools in Norway, Germany, and other countries. "

Dapper delay looks likely after online meeting

Yesterday's online meeting shows support for Shuttleworth's plans for a six-week delay for Ubuntu, although there are concerns over the release schedule of the next version of Ubuntu, Edgy Elephant.

[ED: With a name like Eee, I will wait what ever time it takes for the gestation of an Excellent Elephant. I think the right choice was made, get it right as possible. - HC]

The Wi-Fi Revolution

Negroponte's $100 laptop meets "Varsavsky’s Madrid-based venture to create a 'bottom-up' global mesh of Wi-Fi hot spots" meets Gottschall's "Linux-based firmware to allow people to share Wi-Fi connections safely"

Introducing initramfs, a new model for initial RAM disks

  • (Posted by tadelste on Mar 15, 2006 8:04 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Foreword: This technical article introduces initramfs, a Linux 2.6 feature that enables an initial root filesystem and init program to reside in the kernel's memory cache, rather than on a ramdisk, as with initrd filesystems. Compared to initrd, intramfs can increase boot-time flexibility, memory efficiency, and simplicity, the author says.

China's NPC approves 11th five-year plan

At the ministerial level, China's Ministry of Information Industry (MII) has outlined plans to boost support for the development of China's semiconductor industry and allocate additional funding for development of the Linux operating system and applications.

Of Curmudgeondom and Computers

  •; By etownson (Posted by helios on Mar 15, 2006 6:29 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Editorial; Groups: Community
I worry I'm rapidly becoming a curmudgeon. It's a little scary because I'm a software developer and the co-owner of a small Independent Software Vendor (ISV) and I make my living by making users happy.

[ED: Even easily used Macs can be confusing, the author is asking some fundamental questions. - HC]

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