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Ibm VP Scott Handy on Big Blue's Big Plans for Open Source

  • TechNewsWorld; By Elizabeth Montalbano (Posted by dcparris on Apr 7, 2007 7:02 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Interview; Groups: IBM, Linux
"There's less concern about which OS you're on and, in fact, we're not going to cap it, we're going to see what happens with our users. We don't have a target, but I expect Linux usage will go up," said Scott Handy, vice president for Linux and open source at IBM.

Dell's March To Linux PCs Won't Be A Walk In The Park

Drivers that already ship with the Linux kernel, such as those for storage, wired networking, power management, and USB ports, won't be a problem, but others will.

Debian Project Leader Election 2007 Results

The winner of the election is Sam Hocevar. I would like to thank all the candidates for their service to the project, for standing for the post of project leader, and for offering the developers a strong and viable group of candidates.

Faster XML reads and writes with XPath

  • IBM/developerWorks; By Cameron Laird (Posted by solrac on Apr 7, 2007 4:34 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Tutorial; Groups: Community
If you're even an occasional XML programmer, and you don't yet use XPath, you have an opportunity to multiply the performance and maintainability of your applications. This article details a few specific examples that demonstrate what a difference query methods can make in even simple XML processing.

Puppy Linux 2.15 Community Edition released

The Puppy 2.15CE (Community Edition) is the result of collaboration of a team of Puppy enthusiasts. It is built upon version 2.14 but with many enhancements. In particular the guys have worked on an improved user-interface and nice out-of-the box first impression

Opinion: GPLv3 lacks focus on fundamentals

  • eWEEK Linux; By Jason Brooks (Posted by dcparris on Apr 7, 2007 2:40 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Editorial; Groups: GNU
After a few months' delay—during which the Free Software Foundation mulled over how to make the world safe for GNU-manity in the face of Microsoft and Novell's patent, collaboration and baby-seal-clubbing accord—there's a new draft of the GNU General Public License out for comment.

Microsoft is Dead

  • PaulGraham.com; By Paul Graham (Posted by Abe on Apr 7, 2007 1:20 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: Microsoft
A few days ago I suddenly realized Microsoft was dead. I was talking to a young startup founder about how Google was different from Yahoo. I said that Yahoo had been warped from the start by their fear of Microsoft. That was why they'd positioned themselves as a "media company" instead of a technology company. Then I looked at his face and realized he didn't understand. It was as if I'd told him how much girls liked Barry Manilow in the mid 80s. Barry who?

Gplv3, Committee A Meeting

  • O'Reilly Radar; By Allison Randal (Posted by dcparris on Apr 7, 2007 12:29 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Editorial; Groups: GNU
Committee A met in a conference call today for the first time since the release of the third draft of the GPLv3. In the interests of privacy and confidentiality, I won't report specific details of the call. I will talk a bit about how my perceptions changed as a result of the conversation. These are the two core ideas I carried away, and I'll leave it to others on the call or representing the FSF or SFLC to correct any misperceptions.

Lower prices and more flexibility will add to the appeal of ...

Lower prices and more flexibility will add to the appeal of download sites, says David Prosser

[Not directly related to GNU/Linux, but thought some might appreciate the story nonetheless. Oh come now, you knew all along Steve wasn't just being a nice guy! - dcparris]

Open Community Tools: An open stack development platform

Explore the innovation of open source solutions available from IBM and see the power and flexibility of an open community development environment.

Puppy Linux, Damn Small Linux get updates

I'm gonna be busy, because both Puppy Linux and Damn Small Linux have issued updates. Here are the announcements at Distrowatch for Puppy 2.15 and DSL 3.3.

Radiant Data Launches 64-bit Linux HA Replicating File System

If you need your data to be available in all your offices -- even if the central office goes up in smoke one day -- Radiant Data's new PeerFS 4.0, which now supports multiple 64-bit Linuxes, might be just what you need.

Mozilla Rolls Out Thunderbird 2.0 RC1

Mozilla on Friday took the wraps off of the first release candidate of its upcoming Thunderbird 2.0 release, aimed at making organization of e-mail easier for its users.

Open source SplendidCRM a sweet alternative for ".Net-centric" SAAS provider

A "Microsoft-centric" call center solution provider called Promero worked mostly with proprietary applications, offering them as hosted software-as-a-service products. When it decided to create a custom replacement by cobbling together an existing CRM package and its own lead-generating application, CTO Roman Schepis quickly discovered that the only way to go was to use an open source CRM application.

Master the LAMP Architecture

  • IBM/developerWorks; By Sean A. Walberg (Posted by IdaAshley on Apr 7, 2007 6:32 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Tutorial; Groups: Linux
Applications using the LAMP architecture, such as Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP/Perl, are constantly being developed and deployed. This first article in a series of three covers the LAMP architecture, some measurement techniques, and some basic Linux kernel, disk, and file system tweaks. This series of three articles discusses many of the server configuration items that can make or break an application's performance.

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Linux on the Apple TV getting started

It's a good thing Apple isn't fighting back against Apple TV hacks, because while we haven't yet seen any hard evidence that Linux on the Apple TV is even as far as is claimed, apparently some industrious hackers have already made some real progress in shoehorning Tux into the minuscule media device. According to the Mactel-Linux wiki, users have managed to capture the ATV's boot loader and run a custom Linux kernel; right now that kernel and the primitive ATV build apparently seem to support WiFi, SpeedStep, and EFI, but there are issues with USB (you're telling us!), and the graphics aren't settled either.

Ubuntu-based Linux Mint tests KDE version

The Ireland-based Linux Mint team yesterday made available the first release candidate of its next version, Linux Mint 2.2 KDE Edition Beta 020. Code-named "Bianca," it uses the KDE 3.5.6 desktop for the first time, running on a 2.6.17-10 kernel, the team said.

The Visual History of Fedora

With the release of Ubuntu 7.04 Feisty Fawn happening in just a matter of days, last month at Phoronix we had presented The Visual History of Ubuntu. In that article we went back and looked at all Ubuntu releases to date to see how it has evolved over time both when it comes to the interface as well as the changes that had made up each release. Today we are doing the same for Fedora as we look back upon its history.

What's growing at SUSEroot?

SUSE root is a nice evangelist-type site about Novell's SUSE -- specifically openSUSE, that tries to answer the questions that could be asked by a potential user of this extremely popular distro. Looking at The Distrowatch top 100 distributions, there's Ubuntu at No. 1, followed by openSUSE and Fedora. I'm thinking of trying openSUSE because it's so darn popular, is meant for business use -- and I just want to see how it runs.

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