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After I first wrote about the removal of Free Software from the Vienna Conclusions and their replacement by a statement in favor of Digital Restrictions Management (DRM) in my blog under the title "The Vienna Conclusion: Sponsorship+Politics=Influence" on Wed, 16 November 2005, it found a lot of echo throughout the past two weeks. As the number of articles is becoming increasingly unparsable, PJ asked me to do a little writeup of the entire story and add a bit of background.
[Ed.- So, Microsoft isn't evil. Just anti-everything they don't like, and not afraid to employ whatever scorched-earth tactics it takes.- tuxchick]
Friday November 18th, 2005, French Department of Culture. SNEP and SCPP have told Free Software authors: "You will be required to change your licenses." SACEM add: "You shall stop publishing free software," and warn they are ready "to sue free software authors who will keep on publishing source code" should the "VU/SACEM/BSA/FA Contents Department" bill proposal pass in the Parliament.
In that time, Firefox has taken a bite out of Internet Explorer's market dominance. Firefox now has 14% market share in the US, and 11.5% globally, making it the second most popular browser, according to web analytics firm OneStat.com.
This status report applies to the latest SATA driver release, found in kernels 2.4.32 and 2.6.15-rcX.
But setting aside the $38 million in charges, per-share earnings managed to beat analysts' estimates.
The Australian Information Industry Association appears to have decided to educate the corporate world about the use of open source software - but it doesn't want any media present while it does so.
You can downloand the new .rpm for SuSE. Follow links for Yast Installation sources depending on PC (32, 64, PPC). SuSE 10.0 is even included.
Marketing company 180solutions filed a lawsuit against desktop-security firm Zone Labs taking issue with a warning generated by the security firm's personal firewall software, which labels 180solutions advertising client as spyware.
[Ed.- The truth hurts. Fix it with attack lawyers.-tuxchick.]
Firefox Flicks will showcase the widespread adoption of Firefox among Web users, and builds upon the success of grassroots marketing efforts for Firefox 1.0, including a community-sponsored two-page ad in The New York Times that ran November 2004.
If you're an experienced Perl programmer, HOP up to the next level with this book.
The National Science Foundation, which is conducting several long-term experiments that rely heavily on open source grid computing tools produced by the Globus Alliance, this week pledged more than $13 million in long-term support to the Globus development community.
Since Mozilla Corp released its new Firefox 1.5 late on November 29, 2005, there have been more than 2 million downloads, the company said.
Openvoice says that it is planning for an aggressive expansion in the new year, with acquisitions on the cards and a possible listing on the Alt-X exchange. If it were to list, it would be the first open source company on the JSE.
A software product description is nothing without screenshots. They are the most-clicked links on almost every free software page -- much more than "Download." Screenshots carry information about the software's appearance, maturity, user interface, user friendliness, and feature set in a much more immediate way than paragraphs of text description. You can't show some software characteristics with still images, however. That's why, in recent months, the screencast has seen growing popularity. And when you need to creating screencasts, Istanbul and Wink make the process easy for Linux users.
The exploit posted on Thursday is another that could allow a remote attacker to gain complete control over a vulnerable computer. The code takes advantage of a flaw in a Windows component for transaction processing, called the Microsoft Distributed Transaction Coordinator. Microsoft addressed the flaw in security bulletin MS05-051 in October.
The attack code published on Wednesday is another that exploits a flaw in the way Windows handles certain graphics files and could cause a vulnerable system to crash. Microsoft provided a patch for the flaw in November with security bulletin MS05-053 and warned that the vulnerability could create an opening for spyware and Trojan horse attacks.
My name is Henry the Adequate, and I am a superhero. This is part two of my fantastic review of Ubuntu 5.10.
International Jury Votes SUSE Linux Enterprise Server Over Red Hat
NHS to Tap Open Source and Standards-Based Technology to Manage, Secure and Integrate Its Mixed IT Environment
This article describes how to use Web services facilities provided by the Apache Geronimo application server to build Web services-enabled J2EE applications. It demonstrates how the Geronimo application server relies on robust support for J2EE standards, providing a number of facilities for building both Web services and their clients.
Performance tuning and debugging are serious jobs which a programmer has no choice about. Correct debugging and performance tuning goes a long way in playing the part in the success of a product.
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