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Get in the mix, the Kmix...

  • Yet Another Linux Blog; By Devnet (Posted by ralph on Oct 14, 2005 9:37 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Tutorial; Groups: Community, KDE
What is all this K stuff? That's often the question when people that have never used Linux and KDE ask when logging in to the environment for the first time. The K naming convention is often portrayed as confusing and cheesy, lacking professionalism. This article discusses the KDE audio mixer. It is the first in a series, each one devoted to a different KDE application. editors note: That is the blog's name.

Get Ready For The Ride: Wireless Technologies To Advance Quickly

  • Information Week; By Elena Malykhina (Posted by tadelste on Oct 14, 2005 9:08 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Operating systems for mobile devices will go through a change as well. Linux will emerge as an operating system, giving businesses greater control over what's available on their devices.

Explaining the press corps' crush on Steve Jobs and company

  • Slate; By Jack Shafer (Posted by tadelste on Oct 14, 2005 8:40 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Shafer writes: "I don't hate Apple. I don't even hate Apple-lovers. I do, however, possess deep odium for the legions of Apple polishers in the press corps who salute every shiny gadget the company parades through downtown Cupertino as if they were members of the Supreme Soviet viewing the latest ICBMs at the May Day parade."

Rational ClearQuest Client for Eclipse

The ClearQuest plug-in for Eclipse enables you to perform ClearQuest activities (tasks) in an Eclipse environment. While many of you are familiar with Rational ClearQuest and/or Eclipse, this article is aimed at bridging the gap to provide you with a good understanding of the ClearQuest Client for Eclipse. For ClearQuest fans, this is an offer that is hard to refuse - save a significant amount with this sepcial deal on Rational ClearQuest Licenses.

Linux calling: Are cell phones ready?

Open-source group plans to launch effort to push the operating system for the ever more powerful mobile gadgets.

What could be worse than your viewers not seeing your site

  • Promotion World; By Terry Mickelson (Posted by tadelste on Oct 14, 2005 5:35 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
The lowest form of "browser" out there is the search engine. The search engine is about the equivalent of a version 2 browser. It can't read flash, DHTML, JavaScript, dynamic pages, - even having trouble at times with frames. Search engines may have difficulty crawling, indexing, and extracting the content of your site if you have broken HTML.

Creating a Map of Linux Users

peekj writes: "There are sites that currently count the number of Linux users, but I thought, why not map Linux users on a map? I found this great service by Frapper! and set up a map. So add yourself here!!"

Open Source Crowd Turns On One Of Its Own

  •; By Daniel Lyons (Posted by tadelste on Oct 14, 2005 3:42 PM EDT)
NEW YORK - It’s been a rough week for Marten Mickos, the chief executive of open source database maker MySQL AB. First his most dreaded rival, Oracle (nasdaq: ORCL - news - people ), acquired a company that supplies a key piece of MySQL’s software, a move that could make life difficult for Uppsala, Sweden-based MySQL, which has the most popular open source database.

If that wasn’t bad enough, Mickos is being denounced as a traitor by noisy fanatics in the open source software community because last month he dared to make a deal with SCO Group (nasdaq: SCOX - news - people ), a company reviled by fans of Linux and other open source software.

Open Source Movement Gets a Lobby

The National Center for Open Source Policy and Research will promote the use of open source by government agencies.

Google Gets GAIM Guy

  • DevX News; By Sean Michael Kerner (Posted by tadelste on Oct 14, 2005 1:25 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
It shouldn't be surprising that Google aggressively goes after the best talent in the business. Google's nascent IM business is apparently no exception.

To that end, Google has hired the lead developer of the GAIM instant messaging project, one of the most popular open source projects on the planet, to help its IM development.

Sean Egan publicly broke the news on the GAIM Web site this week, revealing that he has been working in Google's Seattle office for a month and a half on the company's GoogleTalk IM application.

Estonia first to allow online voting nationwide

  • MSNBC; By Associated Press (Posted by tadelste on Oct 14, 2005 1:20 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
It gave the Linux-based voting system a trial run in January, when about 600 people voted online in a referendum in the capital, Tallinn. The plan is to allow online voting in the next parliamentary elections in 2007.

Why protect the users when you can fix the code?

Dvorak writes: "Does Microsoft think it is going to get away with charging real money for any sort of add-on, service, or new product that protects clients against flaws in its own operating system? Does the existence of this not constitute an incredible conflict of interest? Why improve the base code when you can sell 'protection'?"

Web Application Developer (Advertising Agency)

  • Digital Bulletin (Posted by tadelste on Oct 14, 2005 12:06 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
This is an opportunity to be part of one of the most dynamic, successful, progressive advertising agencies in Bristol. The company has quadrupled in size over the past 4 years and is continuing to grow at an impressive rate. You'll join at a perfect time - the agency is a great size already, so it's big enough to be buzzy, but you'll also be part of the continued growth plans and form a fundamental part of the developing team...

Desirable Skills are as follows:

* Linux server administration * Working knowledge of DNS * Photoshop / design skills

WifiScanner 1.0.0 Linux Wireless Tool Released

  • (Posted by VISITOR on Oct 14, 2005 11:53 AM EDT)
After a couple of years of development, Linux based wireless tool WifiScanner got its 1.0.0 release.

Linux comes to the channel, in a big way

A recent development that could result in an uptick in corporate Linux desktop adoption had nothing to do with the open source community, foreign or U.S. government rulings, or legal fillings by SCO or Microsoft.

Cruising the Kernel with Andrew, Ted and the Gang, Part I

The ship may not win any interior design awards, but the latest Geek Cruise made up for that with smart minds giving great talks--both on the schedule and off.

Avg UK Underlines Support For Open Source Community With Launch Of ...

IT Backbones writes: "At this year’s LinuxWorld Show AVG UK, the official UK partner for Grisoft, makers of the popular AVG Anti-Virus family of software products, will introduce the first commercially developed Linux antivirus product to be available free for Linux users at home."

"The free Linux antivirus software, called AVG Free Edition for Linux, is one of several new Linux initiatives aimed at making Grisoft the number one provider of antivirus software for the Linux community. AVG Free for Linux is the only program for Linux that self-updates the software as well as the virus updates."

Grisoft has provided a quality anti-virus product for other home desktop users. Perhaps they might get ahead of the curve this time.

Breezy, breezy everywhere

In addition to the Ubuntu Breezy for AMD, Intel and PowerPCs announced yesterday, a volunteer group has ported the Debian-based distribution to Intel's 64-bit architecture, HPPA and UltraSparc.

New national center to assist governments with open source applications

  • NewsForge (Posted by dave on Oct 14, 2005 7:30 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
The National Center for Open Source Policy and Research (NCOSPR) was launched today at the first Government Open Source Conference (GOSCON) at Oregon State University, a meeting of more than 200 representatives of government entities and software developers hosted by the university's Open Source Lab (OSL).

Zend releases PHP tools for Oracle

Zend Technologies releases supported-PHP for Oracle on Linux, AIX and Solaris to aid developers in building enterprise web applications. The company says the updated OCI8 driver included in this release also makes for easier and more reliable connections to Oracle.

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