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Novell: We're a 'mixed-source' company

New AP chief says company is targeting customers with mixed-source IT infrastructures; insists it is committed to open source developers.

Linux Tackles Old Foes With New Tools

Linux users have much to look forward to in 2007, beginning with the end of the SCO saga, which has raged on since 2003. The year will also mark the birth of a new GPL and a new flagship enterprise Linux distribution from the current enterprise Linux leader, Red Hat.

Linux + Wiimote = Music Bliss

What do you get when you combine a Wii, a Linux nerd, and some free time? A method for using the Wiimote as a music controller.

Linux group wants software patents made null

An open source advocacy group has filed a friend-of-the-court brief in a Microsoft Corp. case asking the U.S. Supreme Court to invalidate all software patents.

Firefox Making Sparks In The UK

Firefox the open source browser from Mozilla is gaining ground on Microsoft's Internet Explorer in the UK according to the latest findings from Nielsen//NetRatings. They have increased their market share by 768 percent since September 2004. Firefox is the browser of choice for 12 percent of the UK.

A Comedy of Spam

LXer Feature: 29-Dec-2006

You know, I hate to give spam any credence whatsoever, but some of it just too funny to pass up.

Startup is counting on open source to launch its MMOG

  • Linux.com; By Tina Gasperson (Posted by dcparris on Dec 28, 2006 8:29 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: IBM
Brazil-based Hoplon Infotainment is a startup game developer and an open source shop. Its upcoming first product, Taikodom, is a "massively multiplayer online game (MMOG)" that includes elements of science fiction and magic. Hundreds of thousands of online users can play an MMOG at the same time, but that requires a lot of server power. Hoplon called on open source tools for its software development needs, and IBM to help it provide the bandwidth and CPU strength it requires.

Title: PHP-Update Multiple Vulnerabilities

Some vulnerabilities have been reported in PHP-Update, which can be exploited by malicious people to bypass certain security restrictions and conduct SQL injection attacks and by malicious users to compromise a vulnerable system.

Brief: Personal Information Showing Up On Google Notebook Search

Google Notebook users are apparently making personal information, such as Social Security numbers and e-mail passwords, available through the online bookmark service.

Google Data Joins PHP Zend Framework

  • InternetNews.com; By Sean Michael Kerner (Posted by dcparris on Dec 28, 2006 5:38 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: PHP
With more than 200,000 downloads in just over a year, the Zend Framework for writing Web applications in PHP has emerged as an enterprise challenger to Java and .NET.

Red Hat's next Linux due before March

Company plans to ship its next major version of the operating system on February 28, two months after its earlier deadline.

Benefit of Microsoft and Novell "interoperability"

Companies such as Deutsche Bank AG, Credit Suisse and AIG Technologies have been taking advantage of Microsoft's recent agreement with Novell.

[Aren't these the same companies that have been taking advantage for a couple months now? Is this really news? - dcparris]

Mysql With WAS CE

  • WebProNews; By Savio Rodrigues (Posted by dcparris on Dec 28, 2006 2:46 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: MySQL
Suggestion: First, I've mailed the WAS CE product team asking for a short developerWorks article to address this configuration question. In the interim, you should know:

A Medical Open-Source Legal Hell Hole

Medsphere's open-source efforts has become mired in a lawsuit over the issue of whether the company's founders had the right to release some of its code under the GPL.

The Well-Tempered Debian Desktop

Opinion: Fresh from his positive experience of installing Sarge on an old home server, the editor of DesktopLinux.com attempts to install an Etch desktop on an old Thinkpad. How does it turn out? Surprisingly well!

Programming Contest for Open Source Mac OS X Developers

BaseTen is a new, open-source Cocoa database framework for working with PostgreSQL databases. BaseTen has been designed with familiar, Core Data-like semantics and application program interfaces. To get the word out about the development environment, and to build a library of applications that show off its capabilities, BaseTen is running a competition for the coolest OSS app for its framework.

New Xen better for desktops

Latest version endows virtual machines with a graphical interface, an essential feature for personal computers.

Microsoft .NET LATEST STORIES

"Relax. I believe Microsoft has no intention of enforcing this patent against anyone," says Microsoft executive Don Dodge

[Sounds like a 'dodge' to me. Microsoft consistently threatens lawsuits pertaining to their patents - and they want us to believe this? - dcparris]

Amsterdam threatens move to open source

Microsoft has two years in which to convince Amsterdam city authorities that it can offer better value for money on the desktop than open source alternatives.

Converter Enables Conversion Between ODF & Chinese Document Format (UOF)

LXer Feature: 28-Dec-2006

Peking University recently released a program to convert office documents between OpenDocument Format and the Specification for the Chinese office file format based on XML (UOF for short).

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