"There's alot to be said for laziness, particularily when it comes to PHP. I'm not talking about stretching out on the sofa but rather techniques you can employ to make your PHP code faster."
1. Evan Leibovitch's article about the United Nations conference 'WSIS' (World Summit on the Information Society). 2. LPI starts to look at Level 3 tasks. 3. Translating the exams. 4. Linux World - New York 5. Brussels Open Source Event 6. Linux Documentation Project 7. Some interesting articles 8. More Website Translations; Hindi and Romanian 9 Registering for an Exam 10. An open letter from LPI-USA
It was interesting, almost a through-the-looking-glass experience, to hear a suit from Sun stand on a stage and try to explain open source to an audience of mostly proprietary developers. It should be noted that the ballroom where the keynote was given was not far from Disney's Fantasyland.
IBM India and the Government of Uttaranchal signed two Memorandums of Understanding (MOU) ... The first MOU was signed to focus on Open Source technology in the e-governance domain...
"The Linux community is not Slashdot.The Linux community encompasses a broad spectrum. May I please remind you that IBM is part of the Linux community?
Overall, Lindows is a fine KDE-based distribution for newcomers. It has some nice enhancements which make it easy to use. Despite the Wlan problem (that I still haven't managed to solve), I'm pretty impressed with it. Indeed recommended for newbies to give it a shot. If I somehow manage to resolve the wlan problem, quite possibly I will buy the laptop edition. Time will tell.
Aspen Systems, Inc., best known for its Beowulf Linux cluster systems, this week introduced the Xeon-based Glacier Dual Blade Server System. The 14-unit blade system delivers equivalent performance and capabilities to a rack server but with easier installation, service, and management, the company said.
Here's the Memorandum of Law in Support of their Motion for Leave to File Amended Pleadings, thanks to Henrik Grouleff, who is blazingly fast.
Here's the third document SCO filed on February 4, Notice of Filing Plaintiff's Exhibits for Use at Hearing on February 6, 2004. Again, we'll have to wait until we can get the attachments from the courthouse directly. The February 6th hearing is tomorrow. See you then.
According to Stephen Shankland, SCO's motion tells the court they want to add a copyright infringement claim against IBM, in addition to adding affirmative defenses mentioned in the motion. Actually, he reports that they have already added it, but the motion has to be ruled on by the judge before they can add this new claim, if you wish to be accurate, which is hard to do when you've just been talking to SCO, I imagine.
You should now be all set up and ready to compute for free. Now that you have thrown off the yoke of expensive software solutions, you will want to keep tabs on the open-source community.
RealNetworks on Wednesday will announce plans to release the source code of its audio and video player to run on the Linux operating system.
Reasons why the Firebird database is a viable option for your next project.
Metrowerks Corp. today named Matt Harris as its new president and chief executive officer (CEO). Harris is a former President and CEO of Lineo, which Metrowerks acquired in December of 2002.
SCO has filed, on February 4, a Motion, and a Memorandum in support of their motion, asking the judge for permission to amend their complaint and add claims and affirmative defenses. This appears to be directed at IBM's Motion to Strike several of SCO's affirmative defenses...
PeerSec Networks has released a beta version of MatrixSSL, its small OpenSSL library optimized for embedded systems and released under the GPL. The project aims to replace the comprehensive but large and BSD-licensed OpenSSL library with a GPL'ed package meeting the stringent size and security requirements of embedded systems.
Joseph S. Myers and Stefan Nordhausen independently found[1,2] a vulnerability in the way the ltmain.sh script (which is part of the libtool package) creates temporary directories for its use.
Since Darl McBride compares SCO to the RIAA, perhaps he should take note of something that just happened in the current appeal of the Morpheus and Grokster case.
The Open Source Development Labs (OSDL) has released Data Center Linux (DCL) Technical Capabilities, version 1.0, a document that defines and prioritizes Linux capabilities required by demanding enterprise-class applications.
Gaël Duval, founder of Mandrake Linux, told us: 'We sent our request for leaving the protection state last week and it will now take 45 days to receive the agreement.'