Ubuntu's Community Manager, Jono Bacon, has announced the Opportunistic Developer Week, to take place from March 1 to 6, 2010. The distance learning course will deal with the speedy creation of applications on the Linux desktop.more »
CeBIT Open Source Project Lounge -- OSADL OSADL -- Open Source Automation Development LabFeb 09, 2010
The Open Source Automation Development Lab (OSADL) is among the 15 projects presenting their work in Hanover, Germany, enabling the Linux kernel for real-time Ethernet.more »
Computer science veteran Andrew Tanenbaum presented the third version of his Minix operating system at the FOSDEM 2010 conference on February 6-7 in Brussels, Belgium.more »
Mollify is a PHP application for managing and downloading files from a web server. The new version 1.5 comes with numerous changes.more »
The embeddable database Berkeley DB is available in version 4.8.26 with new APIs.more »
Palm hits the gas pedal: with a six-figure monetary award for the most downloaded webOS applications the California company wants to heat up the app development market.more »
A dedicated community site for productive work within .NET embedded applications has been planned since the end of January. The associated SDK family is partly covered by Apache licensing.more »
The open source legal profession has established the International Free and Open Source Software Law Review (IFOSSLR) to discuss topics including copyrights, licensing, software patents, open standards, case law and statutes in the open source arena. The IFOSSLR now appears in its second issue.more »
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