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Jboss Touts Open-Source SOA Platform

Seeking to deliver on the needs of enterprise customers, JBoss, Inc. today unveiled its strategy around the JBoss Enterprise Middleware System (JEMS) as the market’s only interoperable, open source platform for SOA (Service-Oriented Architecture).

Pulling the rug under MySQL

  • Onlamp; By Stéphane Faroult (Posted by ralph on Oct 12, 2005 1:56 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Editorial; Groups: MySQL
No doubt that the OpenSOurce community is shaken by the announcement on October 7th that Oracle is acquiring Innobase, the company behind InnoDB.

Novell Conducts Linux Desktop Usability Tests

This is a must see for anyone involved in promoting the Linux desktop. It applies to developers, systems integrators, consultants, and anyone who has set up a Linux box for his or her grandparent(s) to "save" him, her, or them from Windows.

Exercise for LXer readers: set up your machine to so that you can download and watch the videos in Theora format with either a single of a double click (your choice) from your file manager.

A survey of Linux Web development tools

  • NewsForge (Posted by dave on Oct 12, 2005 1:30 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Choice is a good thing, and Linux users have plenty of it when selecting a program for Web development. Users can choose from the basic no-frills text editors, to full-featured "what you see is what you get" (WYSIWYG) programs. Here's a survey of the best programs I've used.

Interview with OpenOffice.org's Gary Edwards

  • Mad Penguin; By Christian Einfeldt (Posted by VISITOR on Oct 12, 2005 1:04 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Interview
This two page interview with OpenOffice.org's Gary Edwards is the second in a series of three. In this installment, Gary discusses the importance of open document formats and hints to the release date of OpenOffice.org 2.0: "No one knows for certain when OOo 2.0 stable will be released, but Mad Penguin's bet is that the stable 2.0 release will come before any recently purchased cartons of milk expire in your refrigerator"

Red Hat Names New CTO

Brian Stevens, formerly vice president of development, is stepping into the CTO role after years of leading the Linux software maker's enterprise strategy.

Pie Box Enterprise Linux 3 hits Update 6

  • DesktopLinux.com (Posted by tadelste on Oct 11, 2005 11:45 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
PixExcel Ltd. Monday released Update 6 of Pie Box Enterprise Linux 3. Pie Box is a relatively new distribution aimed at people who want a stable OS with a long lifespan, but don't want an expensive bundled support contract, the company said. The distro is derived from open source software with only four of its packages modified to replace trademarks and logos with the company's own.

On open source firmware development

  • IBM developerWorks; By developerWorks Power Architecture editors (Posted by VISITOR on Oct 11, 2005 11:19 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: IBM
Slimline Open Firmware (SLOF) provides a largely machine-independent BIOS, illustrating what is needed to initialize and boot Linux, focusing on PowerPC. Three of the SLOF developers discuss the development and usage of SLOF, initialization/boot source code for the PowerPC based on the Open Firmware standard. editor note: Open Firmware is used on New World Macs

First look at 3D graphics for Java mobile devices

Sony's PlayStation Portable shows the graphics power you can put into a mobile device and mobile gamming. Although the average mobile phone is technologically behind this specialized game machine, you can see where the market is heading. This article describes the Mobile 3D Graphics API and introduces you to 3D programming for Java mobile devices.

KDE releases bugfix version of KOffice (v1.4.2)

The KDE Project has released a bugfix update to KOffice, v1.4.2. Support for the OASIS OpenDocument format, recently adopted by Massachusetts, has been greatly improved, especially in KWord, KSpread, and KPresenter. Karbon, a vector-based drawing program, has also seen considerable recent development, the team said.

Better MS compatibility for new StarOffice 8.0

Sun takes the battle to office suite leader Microsoft with the latest version of its StarOffice office suite. With a VBA macro converter, better compatibility and migration tools, Sun takes aim and fires at Redmond.

nForce4 Motherboard Review

  • LinuxHardware.org (Posted by tadelste on Oct 11, 2005 8:27 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
The nForce4 chipset has been out for the AMD platform for almost a year now. Upon release, it quickly became “the” chipset to have for most mid to high end systems. As with any popular chipset, you tend to see a plethora of motherboard makers offering little differences here and there to make their product stand out from the rest. BIOS options, fan-less chipset cooling, and UV cables are just some of the features that you see motherboard makers boasting as a selling point. Today we are going take an in depth look at the DFI LANParty NF4 SLI-D motherboard and investigate whether or not its features, performance and stability make it stand out from the rest.

Tell Us What You Think: The ONLamp Survey

It's time yet again for the annual ONLamp.com reader survey! We run a survey on each site once a year to learn more about you, our readers. ONLamp.com covers a lot of topic areas, including PHP, Python, Ruby, Apache httpd, MySQL, PostgreSQL, the Linux kernel and GNU/Linux operating systems, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD, DragonFly BSD, C, C++, open source, free software, system administration, and advocacy. That's neither a comprehensive list of everything the LAMP metaphor has grown to represent nor a representative list of all of the skills, abilities, and interests you have.

OpenDocument standard garners worldwide support

  • DesktopLinux.com (Posted by tadelste on Oct 11, 2005 5:40 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Emboldened by the state of Massachusetts's dictum last month requiring the use of open-standard document formats in all state offices by Jan. 1, 2007, a group of vocal open standards advocates Monday created a new special interest group to promote use of the OASIS (Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards) OpenDocument Format.

JBoss denies running a trademark monopoly

This is open source, not open brand, chief executive Marc Fleury says. Company also denies that accuser is a JBoss co-founder.

Open-source document standard submitted to standards body

  • ComputerWeekly.com; By Antony Savvas (Posted by tadelste on Oct 11, 2005 12:14 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
The open-source OpenDocument document standard has been submitted to a key international standards organisation, which could make it more attractive as a desktop solution in the public sector.

The Organisation for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards (Oasis), which is behind OpenDocument, said it has submitted...

CapitolAdvantage finds Linux advantage

CapitolAdvantage.com started out as a paper directory of members of Congress that founder Bob Hansan sold to corporations in the Washington, DC, area in the late '80s. When the Internet boomed in 1996, Hansan moved everything online and conducted a quiet revolution that has permanently changed the way constituents communicate with their congressmen and senators. Today, the entire operation runs on Red Hat Linux.

Gnome to fish in embedded Linux pond

The team developing the open source desktop environment claims to have made 'very significant improvements' in performance and memory usage, as they target the embedded market with future versions

Ubuntu Linux Wins Best Distribution at UK Linux and Open Source Awards 2005

Ubuntu Linux has won the prestigious "Best Linux/Open Source Distribution" award at this year's UK Linux and Open Source Awards, after the readership of Linux User & Developer voted for their favourite Linux Distribution. In just under a year, Ubuntu has grown to be one of the most respected versions of Linux, being the most popular distribution on Distrowatch for over six months, as well as winning the inaugural Tux Magazine's Favourite Distribution award in September this year.

GlobalLiteracy Offers eLearning Course Based on "Penguin in the Pew" 2.0

"Penguin in the Pew" 2.0 is being offered as a Web-Based Training tutorial by GlobalLiteracy (www.globalliteracy.org) for use in its site and at GospelLearning (www.gospellearning.org). "Penguin in the Pew", a book by Christian Libre Software Advocate, Don Parris, helps Christian ministries discover the advantages of Free/Libre and Open Source Software (FOSS). The web-based course enables church staffers and others to understand the license terms, technical challenges and financial hurdles churches may face as they consider their next software upgrade. The course will be delivered using the libre software Learning Management System (LMS), Moodle.

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