Sun Places Java UI Toolkit Under Terms of the GPL

Aug 19, 2008

Three months after the announcement at the JavaOne exhibition, Sun Microsystems is putting the discussed plans into action and placed the Lightweight UI Toolkit (LWUIT) under the conditions of the GPLv2. The Toolkit is intended for Java ME applications.

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Linux Foundation Announces Linux Developer Network beta

Aug 08, 2008

On August 7, Brian Proffitt, former Managing Editor of Linux Today and the new LDN Community Manager, announced the beta release of the Linux Foundation's Linux Developer Network.

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LinuxWorld Video: Jeremy Orlow on Autotest

Aug 08, 2008

Linux kernel developers use Autotest as a tool for software testing and bug hunting. We caught up with Autotest's Jeremy Orlow at the LinuxWorld .org pavillion.

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Alitheia: The Truth about OSS Quality Goes Alpha

Jul 21, 2008

Alitheia is a platform for automated evaluation of software projects. Version 0.8.1, which has jst been released, is described by the developers as the first usable alpha version. Core functionality is available, however, some work on execution and individual customization is still required.

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Opensuse Build Service 1.0: Open Teamwork

Jul 12, 2008

The Novell sponsored Opensuse project has released version 1.0 of its build service in a step that will make working on software packages for the distribution much easier for external developers.

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Code Review by Web Tool: Codestriker 1.9.5

Jul 07, 2008

Version 1.9.5 of Codestriker, a Web application that supports code reviewing by geographically distributed teams of developers has just been released. The new version offers sophisticated syntax highlighting.

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Neural Networks Programming neural networks with libfann

Jul 01, 2008

3, 4, 8, 11… ? A neural network can complete this series without knowledge of the underlying algorithm – by a kind of virtual gut feeling. We’ll show you how neural networks solve problems by simulating the behavior of a human brain.

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Code Swarm: Organic Visualization of Project Development

Jun 17, 2008

Michael Ogawa from the University of California has devised a technique for visualizing the historic development of software projects with his Code Swarm experiment.

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