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Easy RSS Syndication with MagpieRSS

  • HowtoForge (Posted by falko on Oct 4, 2006 10:39 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Tutorial; Groups: PHP
MagpieRSS, affectionately known as Magpie, is an RSS and Atom parser for PHP. It allows you to display the newest articles from websites with RSS or Atom feeds on your own site. This is a great way to add new, fresh, and relevant information to your site. It parses RSS 0.9, RSS 1.0, and has some support for RSS 2.0 as well as Atom 0.3.

Why Linux Will Dominate the Future of Servers

George Weiss, Gartner's open-source analyst, recently said that Microsoft Windows will not suffer irreparable damage on the server side at the hands of Linux over the next five years. He's right. Microsoft will fall flat on its face all by itself, and Linux will pick up afterwards.

Device Profile: Infrant Repertoire media server

Infrant will soon ship a Linux-based storage device designed specially for serving up digital media files, including videos and music files. The Repertoire has no playback capabilities, but can store up to 3TB of media, and stream or transfer it using most common, standard, open protocols.

Philippine Linux Company Promotes Free Software By Offering Rental ...

Philippine-based Linux company GEN Automation Technologies does their share in promoting Free Software by providing small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) the options to avail of rental and lease-to-own servers running on Open Source software.

Stylesheets, better Gnome integration in QT 4.2

Taking a leaf out of the web world Trolltech today announced the release of QT 4.2 with CSS-like style sheet integration which the company is billing as making managing application look-and-feel significantly easier.

Review: Turbolinux 11 "Fuji"

Turbolinux has been around since 1992. Everyone knows about this commercial distro, but for some reason it never became as popular as SUSE or Mandriva. Turbolinux 11, code-named "Fuji," was released recently and I decided it was time to see if Turbolinux measures up to other Linux distros. The Fuji release has some interesting features, but I found the release to be a disappointment overall.

IBM price deal offered to Mercury and Borland users

IBM is making a play for customers troubled by the acquisition and spinout machinations of rivals Hewlett-Packard Co and Borland Software. IBM is today expected to announce it's offering IBM Rational Performance Tester along with 100 virtual tester licenses to organizations that purchase its Rational ClearQuest and Rational Functional Testing products, saving users up to $21,000.

Mulesource kicks off open source ESB support

  • Computer Business Review; By Matthew Aslett (Posted by Scott_Ruecker on Oct 4, 2006 5:16 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
The creator of the open source Mule enterprise service bus has launched a new company called MuleSource to provide support for the integration technology, backed by $4m in Series A venture funding.

Fsm newsletter - 2nd of October 2006

The Free Software Magazine Newsletter for October 2nd 2006.

Slackware 11.0 is out.

From the Changelog: Sun Oct 1 23:50:53 CDT 2006 Slackware 11.0 is released. Thanks to everyone who helped out and made this release possible. If I forgot you in the ChangeLog, mea culpa, but you know who you are, and thanks. :-) Enjoy! -P.

Linux: Losing Bugs In Warnings

Jeff Garzik suggested that more recent versions of GCC have been getting more and more verbose, "the level of warnings in a kernel build has lately increased to the point where it is hiding bugs and otherwise making life difficult." He started a new"gccbug" branch in which he's been silencing bogus warning after verifying that they are indeed bogus, "the audit has already uncovered several minor bugs, lending credence to my theory that too many warnings hides bugs."

Mambo and Joomla: One year on

In August 2005 Mambo, one of open source's poster child content management systems (CMS), was involved in a bitter duel with its core developers, who forked the project to give birth to Joomla. Could the developers survive without the management? Could Mambo do without its developers? Surprisingly, both projects today are doing pretty well. Here's a look at the projects' history, developer relations, community-building, and future prospects.

FSF Targets Apple Stores in Anti-DRM Protests

Members of, a campaign by the Free Software Foundation, are set to descend on flagship Apple stores in New York and London to protest the company's embrace of digital rights management technology.

Stallman to keynote Korean hacker/security conference

Richard Stallman is scheduled to give a keynote address entitled "Copyright vs. Community in the Age of Computer Networks" at POC 2006 on November 16 in South Korea. POC 2006 (Power of Community) bills itself as a "hacking and security" conference, designed to "share knowledge for the sake of the power of community. POC 2006 believes that the power of community will make the world safer."

Taiwan-based PChome becomes Mozilla Firefox's first portal partner ...

PChome Online, a leading web portal in Taiwan, on October 2 announced cooperation with Mozilla Corporation, a global leading provider of open-source technologies and products, to facilitate Internet use by offering "Firefox for Portal 2.0" service, becoming the first partner for the Mozilla-developed browser Firefox among all portals in Asia.

OpenLibraries Offers “Toolkit” for Developing Rich Media Aps

The Jahshaka Project today announces the availability of the OpenLibraries 0.3.0, a powerful, cross-platform set of C++ libraries that provide developers with key components to create, test and deploy rich media applications.

Novell Continues to Go for SCO's Throat

Forget about who owns Unix or who did what with its code; Novell is asking about SCO's Unix sales to Microsoft and Sun.

The Heath Robinson Rube Goldberg Computer

  •; By Clive Maxfield (Posted by IdaAshley on Oct 3, 2006 9:23 PM EDT)
  • Groups: IBM; Story Type: News Story
Imagine a computer formed from a mixture of technologies ranging from relays to fluidic logic. Now imagine being able to create your own single masterpiece of such a computer, in the technology of your choice, using the Internet to run it in conjunction with other portions of the system created around the world! In Part 1 of the HRRG series learn the creation of just such a computing engine and how you can be involved.

SageTV's Linux edition lacks first-class polish

Open source personal video recorder (PVR) software like MythTV has acquired a reputation for being difficult to install and maintain, so you might think that a proprietary PVR app would enjoy an advantage. I put SageTV's Linux media center software through its paces, and I can tell you that it, too, requires commitment. If you stick with it, though, and can outfit your system correctly, it might be worth the $80 price tag, despite a slew of little annoyances.

Los Angeles Public Library Selects ThinkFree Server Edition To Supply Remote Locations With Office Productivity Solutions

Free Word Processing, Spreadsheet and Presentation Applications, Including Multi-Language Support, Made Available to the Public.

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