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A Look Back and a Look Forwards at KDE 3.3  View Printable Version 
Saturday, June 26 2004 @ 09:22 am CST
Contributed by: Linegod

KDEFrom KDE News

Chris Dunphy wrote a nice four page KDE 3.2.1 Review in March which we obviously missed and which imo hasn't received the attention it deserves yet. On the other side we were notified by "illogic-al" that he has written a short "What's New, KDE 3.3 Preview" based on KDE 3.3 Alpha. The first KDE 3.3 Beta with more completed features is expected to be released in about one week.

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Book Review: Postfix: The Definitive Guide  View Printable Version 
Friday, June 25 2004 @ 03:27 pm CST
Contributed by: Linegod

PostfixFrom Linux Journal:

Postfix: The Definitive Guide is a beautifully written book about a beautifully designed program. Kyle Dent's writing is precise and concise without being too dense to read--standards, for example, typically are precise and dense. After the first chapter or two, I asked, "Has this guy written anything else?" Answer: the Postfix section of Running Linux, 4th Ed.

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eGenesis proves Linux users will buy games  View Printable Version 
Wednesday, June 23 2004 @ 01:05 pm CST
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GamesFrom Newsforge:

About a year and a half ago the tiny independent game developer eGenesis decided to create a Linux port of its massively multiplayer online game, A Tale In The Desert. The game was designed to appeal to creative people looking for an alternative to games that focused on destruction. The company's initial thinking was that it might get a few incremental sales and garner goodwill with the community by supporting Linux. What eGenesis discovered was that, per user, Linux gamers were and continue to be their best customers. Each account, on average, has generated twice as much revenue as those of Windows gamers.

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Transgaming changes WineX to Cedega, opens new site  View Printable Version 
Tuesday, June 22 2004 @ 07:05 am CST
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GamesFrom the Transgaming newsletter:

TransGaming is thrilled to announce the groundbreaking release of 4.0, with a shiny new name: Cedega.

Cedega (Se-day-gah) - /[noun]/ - a unique variety of grape used to make some of the finest Port Wines in the world; an innovative portability technology developed by TransGaming that allows Windows games to run on Linux.

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Deep Inside the K Desktop Environment  View Printable Version 
Monday, June 21 2004 @ 10:02 am CST
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KDEFrom /.:

"Ars Technica published a very good article about the KDE architecture. It's a essential read for anyone wondering how Konqueror can open documents in the same window or just understand the license issues regarding the Qt use. The article describes most of the technologies behind the KDE (Qt, KParts) and how the project is organized. The article is full of links, screenshots and diagrams."

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Interview with MySQL's Alex Roedling  View Printable Version 
Monday, June 21 2004 @ 06:51 am CST
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General NewsFrom OSNews:

Today we features a mini-Q&A with Alex Roedling, MySQL's Senior Product Manager, about all things MySQL, the competition, technology, licensing and more.

1. The new mySQL license is said to not be so compatible with PHP and other software that mysql works together. Is this the case?

Alex Roedling: MySQL offers licensing that is compatible with the licensing terms of most software. MySQL AB has two licensing options:

- For software with proprietary licensing, MySQL offers a proprietary license.
- For use with Free/Libre and Open Source Software (FLOSS) such as Linux and PHP, MySQL is available under the GNU General Public License (GPL).Some FLOSS licenses (e.g. BSD-like licenses used by PHP and Apache) are not compatible with the GPL. To allow for greater compatibility with FLOSS licenses, MySQL provides a special exception to the terms of the GPL. This enables non-GPL software like PHP and Apache to use MySQL.

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Linux ensnares another European city  View Printable Version 
Saturday, June 19 2004 @ 09:11 am CST
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General NewsBergen, Norway, has opted to replace Windows and Unix machines with Linux on servers for its schools and city databases and could later put the open-source operating system on desktop machines.

The city chose Linux because it costs less, improves reliability and doesn't lock the government into purchasing one company's products, city Chief Technology Officer Ole-Bjorn Tuftedal said in an interview.

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French government to officially push Linux solutions  View Printable Version 
Friday, June 18 2004 @ 12:23 pm CST
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LinuxCivil service minister Renaud Dutreil told Reuters France wanted to use "open-source" software providers to resupply part of the almost one million state computers under a government cost-cutting drive designed to trim a bulging public deficit.

"We are not starting a war against Microsoft, or against American companies in the software sector," Dutreil said in an interview. But he added that Microsoft "must return to being one supplier to the state among others."

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22 Companies Now Contributing, Implementing or Supporting Carrier Grade Linux  View Printable Version 
Thursday, June 17 2004 @ 05:22 pm CST
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LinuxThe Open Source Development Labs (OSDL), a global consortium of leading technology companies dedicated to accelerating the adoption of Linux, today announced a milestone: 22 major companies are participating in and supporting the development of Carrier Grade Linux (CGL) specifications.

The value of CGL will be discussed at a June 24 panel at SuperComm that will examine the growing use of Linux in the communications industry. The panel includes representatives from OSDL member companies involved in its Carrier Grade Linux (CGL) Working Group. The CGL Working Group is a forum for the development of requirements and specifications that will accelerate the adoption of Linux as the preferred platform for wireless and next-generation telecommunications infrastructure.

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Mandrake Management Team Interview  View Printable Version 
Thursday, June 17 2004 @ 04:33 pm CST
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Mandrake LinuxFrom Newsforge

MandrakeSoft recently emerged from the bankruptcy protection it sought last year. To find out what happened and why MandrakeSoft is enjoying success, Joe Bolin caught up with MandrakeSoft CEO François Bancilhon, and Mandrakelinux co-founders Jacques Le Marois and Gaël Duval.

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