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The TurboAJAX Group has two released in one: TurboWidgets and TurboDbAdmin 0.2.
TurboWidgets is one of the first (if not the first) commercially available widget package built on the Dojo Toolkit. Naturally, TurboWidgets inherits all of Dojo’s AJAX goodies for free. TurboWidgets features TurboGrid, a fully dynamic AJAX data grid supporting editing, row manipulation, and paging.
Novell is dropping its own name from its newest desktop software and rebranding it as SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop.
Kdb+ v. 2.3 Multithreaded Database Helps Trading Firms Take Full Advantage of New Multicore CPUs Without Having to Change Their Existing Applications
'Lightweight, high-velocity and very connected' Explaining why she decided to sell the company, whose only product has been in a limited, closed beta for just six months, co-founder Claudia Carpenter wrote -
"We like lava lamps and they're pretty much standard decor at Google."
[ED: A really cynical take on market hysteria where Google is just one of the bad actors. - HC]
As you can see, my experimentation with Linux is not quite over. After writing last week’s column about my troubles installing Skype for Linux, I got an email from a Linux user who knew how to fix the problem. Interestingly, the online version of my column posted by Whistler Question each week (www.whistlerquestion.com) was added to a Linux User’s Group (or LUG), and I got no fewer than seven responses in the two days after publication, all different, on how to fix the problem.
[ED: Here is a salient quote: "I find it very interesting that there is such a fervent and dedicated community of Linux users who want to help each other." Who was it that said LUGs were so yesterday. I hope I never see that day. - HC]
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The new general public licence has arrived. Paul Furber celebrates the Great Leap Forward of 2006.. "As you are aware from your compulsory weekly education classes, the old general public licence has resisted all attempts to overcome it. Many have tried. All have failed. Millions of companies have gone bankrupt trying to make money from it and over 100 governments have collapsed trying to oppose it -- which is, of course, just as we intended."
Mark Mitchell announced the availability ofGCC 4.0.3. He explains, "this release is a bug-fix release for problems in GCC 4.0.2. GCC 4.0.3 contains changes to correct regressions from previous releases, but no new features." GCC 4.0.2 [story] was released nearly 6 months ago in September of 2005. GCC 4.1.0 [story] was released in early March of 2006.
GCC is the GNU Compiler Collection which includes C, C++, Objective-C, Fortran, Java, and Ada compilers. Download GCC 4.0.3 from a gcc.gnu.orgmirror.
With more than 1500 improvements since the first beta release of the 1.5 series, the KOffice developers invite the user community for the final round of testing of KOffice 1.5 before the first release candidate.
I also learned that people were not near as computer stupid as I had assigned them to be. While the Windows users just accepted the errors and mistakes, the Linux users were digging in the forums and wikis, trying to understand their new computers.
Due to circumstances outside of our control, we're going to be unable to keep to the scheduled date of March 15th for the release of FC5 and instead are going to have to make the release date Monday, March 20th.
With SGI Altix Option, New and Existing SAP Customers Can Improve ROI With Flexible Linux Environments
[ED: Just wish SAP(ians) would make up their minds: either F/OSS stinks or it's Great! Come on, you been studying out in the Sun too long. - HC]
An update to the company's premium Linux version now supports 64-processor servers. And, bigger configurations are on the way.
Some people like the GIMP, the open source community's answer to Adobe Photoshop, but a recent survey by Novell showed that Photoshop is one of the top three applications Linux users want ported to their platform, which indicates the GIMP may not be meeting the needs of Linux users. Designers' efforts to improve the GIMP have failed in the past. Maybe now is the time for a more radical approach.
Virtually the same day I read Joe Barr's article "Do LUGs still matter?" I received an email message saying that someone was setting up a new Linux user group (LUG) in my hometown. I attended the first couple of meetings of this group with Joe's article in mind, and with the perspective of a free software advocate, not a Linux or open source advocate. The experience made me realize LUGs do still matter, perhaps more than ever, although for different reasons than they once did.
Daniel M Harrison's take on what is really going on with Google and Sun.. "Anyone who thinks Google can continue its phenomenal growth without a platform to combine hardware, storage, StarOffice, JAVA, and Solaris ought to think again - the combinations are the only competitive advantage that can enable them to trade at a P/E of 100 - and perhaps way above." [Ed: Google and Sun, one company? It sounds like two Ogres trying to tap dance to me. - sharkscott]
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Mark Shuttleworth has called for a six-week delay on Ubuntu Dapper Drake, hoping to harden, polish and localise the operating system that he sees as Ubuntu's first enterprise-ready desktop. This would be the first break in Ubuntu's six-month release cycle.
The people who first brought us GNU/Linux intended to offer an operating system you could freely download and who's code you could freely have and change. At the end of the Dot-COM boom, part of the investment community led by Silicon Valley Venture Capitalists such as Kleiner Perkins fell in love with Linux companies and funded several taking a few public. But no one could "get to" Debian. Thank you, Smith Barney.
In the continuing series of interviews focused on databases, Christof Wittig contatced TxtEdMacs describing revived effort to set new specifications for Object databases. Soon afterwards Christof accepted an offer to be interviewed on the topic and TxtEdMacs, who had tired of the usual set of resultant evasive, market speak jumped fully into the effort. Unfortunately for Txt., instead of being able to show off he was used by Christof to mop the floor. To say the interview was refreshing and direct is an understatement. So read on.
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