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World's biggest music companies preparing a copyright infringement lawsuit as part of effort to crack down on piracy.
It appears that we're not having a good week with vendors. Novell has expressed mild annoyance at our article alleging that the company is late with the release its latest whizz bang desktop product, Suse Linux Enterprise Desktop (SLED) 10. In fact, the product is dead on time, according to Novell.
Welcome to this year's 27th issue of DWN, the weekly newsletter for the Debian community. Andreas Barth announced that four more assistants have been added to the release team. There are rumours to start a port of Debian to the recently freed Minix 3 operating system. Steve Kemp noted that he has become a full member of the security team recently which now consists of four full members.
Simile, a joint project between W3C and MIT, released an AJAX tool for vizualization of time-based events. Creators of the appropriately named Timeline describe it as "DHTML-based AJAXy widget... like Google Maps for time-based information."
Open source software represents a better bet for venture capital firms than traditionally licensed software, according to representatives of three VC firms gathered at the recent Open Source Business Conference in London.
Japan's Bluedot and Korea's Digital Cube have put their heads together and come up with a rather nifty Linux-based PMP with a 30GB hard-drive and lots more goodness inside.
Univention, a Bremen-based integration and consulting company, today announced that it will release its Univention Corporate Server under the GPL from now on.
Linux enthusiasts breathed a huge sigh of relief last week as almost two-thirds of the SCO group's case against IBM was booted out of court because of lack of specific evidence.
[Sigh of relief? Try something more along the lines of "In your face, SCO!" Possibly some un-informed CIO's were relieved. However, the rest of us fully expected as much. - dcparris]
We're taking the day off to celebrate the US Independence Day holiday. We intend to reflect on traditional American values such as freedom of speech and religion, fairness, justice, respect for the rule of law, the right to pursue happiness, standing up for the underdog, and taking responsibility for one's actions. We suggest other US residents do the same, and hold their elected leaders to the same if not higher standards. Then we suggest everyone have a barbecue and watch some fireworks.
More geekiness than you could shake a light-sabre at
After the success of last summer's bash, the founders of the geektastic* radio show LugRadio are holding another live event for the open source community.â€¦
I read an interesting article in LinuxJournal on setting up thin clients recently. I have always liked the idea of having a server and using X in one of the ways it was originally meant to be used, but so far, no article has offered a clear idea how to integrate and support serving a mixed environment of thin clients and traditional desktop or laptop machines together conveniently.
This article describes how you can monitor your Postfix mailserver with the tools Mailgraph and pflogsumm. Mailgraph creates daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly graphs of sent, received, bounced, and rejected emails and also of spam and viruses, if SpamAssassin and ClamAV are integrated into Postfix. These graphs can be accessed with a browser, whereas pflogsumm ("Postfix Log Entry Summarizer") can be used to send reports of Postfix activity per email.
Initial findings published, hearing next week
The European Commission has published the initial findings from its public consultation on Europe's patent system, revealing deep divisions within the business community on how best to proceed, but also a consensus that something must be done.
Kent Police has cut the cost of running its major criminal investigations system by 90% using Novell Open Enterprise Server, the company's version of SuSE Linux.
The business benefits of IP technologies will be discussed at the West Wales ICT Roadshow in Carmarthen on 19 July.
Another MS Exchange server bites the dust. Pietermaritzburg IT company, DcData, recently completed a Scalix implementation for a large KwaZulu-Natal wholesaler. Tectonic asks how it went.
Mozilla’s Firefox web browser remains a popular choice, especially among tech-savvy web users.
[This article shows growth among Zaire users - dcparris]
Arkeia Software and Computer Dynamics Corporation of Japan, announced a broad distribution agreement for the Japanese market. The agreement provides Computer Dynamics Corporation the ability to market, sell and support the full range of Linux Supported data protection products across all of Japan.
The Portland Project has released a beta version of its programming interfaces for the Gnome and KDE Linux environments. This is designed to boost development of desktop Linux applications by creating common application programming interfaces (APIs) for developers to use.
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