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SourceLabs extends its certified open-source software stack to Oracle middleware.
Developers on the projects expected to make up the next major version of the K Desktop Environment (KDE) want KDE 4 to offer features and software interaction beyond what is available now, and better, easier access for users to their files and information. Among the ideas are universally available personal information and a desktop that is tailored for and responds to the things users do most.
Australia's Charles Sturt University will next month kick off the world's first certified masters degree in Linux, the open source computer operating system.
Microsoft Corp. launched a last-ditch attempt to stave off the threat of million-dollar-a-day fines on Wednesday when it submitted its formal response to European Commission charges that it is failing to comply with an antitrust ruling.
In a statement accompanying the submission, the company said that it had fully complied with the Commission’s demands to ensure interoperability with its server software and accused the Commission of disregarding “critical evidence” in the case.
SAN DIEGO -- Novell plans to release a beta for its Linux Desktop 10 including new features offering better interoperability with Microsoft Office and Open Office, said Ted Haeger, Novell Inc.'s director of user communities, at the Southern California Linux Expo (SCALE). The beta, tentatively scheduled for release next month, will include a new feature, dubbed Xgl. Haeger said Xgl will allow users to jump between screens and multiple desktops. Targeted to CAD software users, Xgl has a practical side that allows users to have better window- and file-sharing capabilities.
Major media and the public seem to have missed one of the biggest plays in the history of Linux and the Open Source Software community with Oracle's purchase of SleepCat software.
Who would have imagined such a strategic move? If Microsoft had thought of this, we'd be starting over from scratch on a new OS. They would own the Internet.
Will Oracle, a proprietary database company, shutdown these major applications, give them to Sun or use them to take control of everyone?
From the reports I'm reading, major media hasn't got it yet. But you should.
New Commercial-Grade Linux-Based Platform Designed for Smartphones and Mobile Devices
As Microsoft continues to thrash it out with the European Commission over what it needs to do to get the antitrust monkey off its back, reader Bill Flanagan points out that its offer to open up some of its Windows Server source code isn't as munificent as it may appear at first.
Free Software Magazine's Tony Mobily talks about how our installation troubles are at an end.
On Monday, SJVN (Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols, a long time senior journalist) reported about a new study which proves that Linux systems are much more affordable and easier to administer than their Windows counterparts.
CIO provides a simple, on-page overview of the various FOSS-based business models. If you're an entrepreneur, you'll want to keep this handy.
At last week's Demo conference, a showcase of all things edgy, techie and gadgetey, saw the debut of what I am willing to bet is the first Linux-powered automatic ice-cream making machine. The MooBella Ice Cream System is a vending-machine-sized device (kind of a cross between a fridge and a coke machine) that can almost instantly create a scoop of ice cream in a variety of flavors, with or without nuts, crushed cookies or candy.
[Ed: This does sound like the perfect job for a penguin! Can't wait to see one of these gadgets! - dcparris]
In Brief Already engorged, Oracle has stuffed yet another software maker into its belly, gobbling up Sleepycat.
Ex-Veritas man steps in as new master
Next-Generation Sun Crypto Accelerator 6000 Optimizes Security and Performance for UltraSPARC(R)- and AMD Opteron Processor-Based Sun Fire Systems Running Solaris(TM) Operating System (OS) and Linux
In the increasingly Microsoft-dominated land of law firms, Linux deployments remain just about nil, but security appliances are starting to stand out as one exception, according to attorneys and IT folks attending LegalTech. Jacqueline Emigh files this report.
Version 1.0 of the Gecko based native Mac OS X browser, Camino, has been released.
Calendaring software, and in particular Microsoft Outlook, is frequently cited as a killer app that keeps would-be Linux users on Windows. As open source developers assault the calendaring problem, you will hear more and more about CalDAV, the calendaring and scheduling extensions to the WebDAV protocol. Let's see what makes it tick.
This Eclipse tutorial gives you a high-level overview of how to use CruiseControl, Luntbuild, and Anthill with Eclipse. This tutorial shows you how the Eclipse Perl Integration (EPIC) plug-in for Eclipse can help you test Perl applications. One is a traditional Perl debugger, the other tests Perl regular expressions.
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