Peter Lamont, CEO of Miro International Pty Ltd., has lobbed the latest volley in the ongoing cat fight over the copyrighted open-source Mambo content management system.
If you haven't yet tried the Linux heavy-weight Novell SUSE LINUX 9.1, LinuxBeta.com gives you the chance in their screenshot slideshow.
The new release has a very advanced built-in Junk-Filter, support for filtering away spam using Spam-Assassin, support for sharing your schedule using web calenders and NNTP support.
SourceForge.Net, the World's Largest Collaborative Development Site, Now Hosts Three Microsoft-Released Open Source Projects
Why a standard single-file SQL format is necessary and how SQLite can get us there.
Lycoris has successfully concluded negotiations with Phoenix, AZ-based Resource Strategies, Inc. to take over the Contribs.org SME Server project. Contribs.org SME Server is the GPL-licensed offshoot of the now defunct Mitel SME Server, formerly known as the e-smith Server and Gateway, and Lycoris intends to release a new product based on SME technology under its own brand. SME Server was at one time popular with both small to medium businesses and IT consultants, and the resurrection of the platform as a supported solution by Lycoris should please many small and medium enterprises worldwide. The press release is expected to be posted on the Contribs.org Web site at about 8 p.m. US Pacific Time on 27 September 2004.
Krita a user-friendly image paint program where users with no or slim experience with other image programs like Photoshop and Gimp should feel right at home. Demo video and preview-release available.
Last week saw the first Italian edition of LinuxWorld Conference& Expo. For three days the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Milan was filled with stuffed penguins and lots of people presenting and discussing Linux.
Abuntu Linux 4.10 features the newly released Novell Evolution 2.0.
This is a story of guts and glory – a classic tale of a lone software developer who attempted the unimaginable. Faced with an extreme challenge, he was attacked from almost every possible angle – Be it vicious taunts from senior officials or putting up at a mosquito-infested accommodation; you name it, he endured it. The hero of our story is Vishal Kashyap, who single-handedly weathering all these storms, delivered an open source solution for Primary Agriculture Credit Societies (PACS), located in the remote regions of Himachal Pradesh.
The Version 2.8 release of the GNOME desktop environment continues along the track laid by previous GNOME releases, growing more polished, functional and accessible.
The number of enterprises migrating from Windows to Linux is a growing concern for Microsoft. But it's not a one-way street. Some companiesunhappy with their open-source experienceare making the switch back to Windows.
AspectJ is an aspect-oriented extension of the Java language that enables a modular implementation of crosscutting concerns. In this article, AJDT contributors and IBM aspect-oriented software development team members introduce you to AJDT.
Microsoft will release a low-price version of Windows in Russia by the end of the year, an effort to wean consumers in that country off pirated software and Linux.
This article is excerpted from the recently published book "Know Your Enemy: Learning About Security Threats". Honeypots are a relatively new and highly dynamic technology. Because they are so dynamic, it is difficult to define just what they are. Honeypots are unique in that they are not a solution in and of themselves; they do not solve a specific security problem. Instead, they are highly flexible tools with many different information security applications.
Visual MainWin v 1.5 for J2EE(TM) on IBM eServer zSeries Helps Simplify IT Environments
This is a rant Jim Smerk wrote about how people always call you to work on their computers, don't listen to you when you tell them something, and what he did to stop it. It's a rant also against WinTel and AOL. However, it has a happy ending. It started 6 months ago, it’s a sort of success story of sorts.
Linux and open source solution suppliers wishing to respond to the NSW government's long-awaited Linux tender -- to be released on Wednesday -- will have until 28 October to do so, officials said.
Industry murmurs about a lack of commercial support for Linux are justified, according to Education in the Workplace Institute director Ihian Mackenzie who believes the "free" nature of Linux is stifling its penetration in the business market.
The Indian government has set up a Web site to share its experiences in the use of open-source solutions for building applications.