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GNOME 2: A Year Later

One year ago I wrote a review of Gnome 2. Some people thought I was harsh, others thought I was fair, point is, I always write what I think and surely Gnome 2.0 didn't have the polish or stability of a .0 release. But one year has passed. Gnome 2.2.1 is out, and I must say one thing: I am starting to get impressed by the effort and the clean interface Gnome 2 is now offering.

Is this the end of Netscape?

That's one upshot of Thursday's settlement between Microsoft and AOL Time Warner, according to industry analysts who predict that the Netscape browser--currently at version 7.02--will now move from a neglected orphan of AOL Time Warner to a candidate for euthanasia.

Is this the end of Netscape?

That's one upshot of Thursday's settlement between Microsoft and AOL Time Warner, according to industry analysts who predict that the Netscape browser--currently at version 7.02--will now move from a neglected orphan of AOL Time Warner to a candidate for euthanasia.

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JBoss founder: Time is now for open-source application servers

Open-source application servers as an alternative to WebSphere and WebLogic, for example, are gaining momentum. Aside from cost savings, porting applications from one server to another is virtually effortless, according to JBoss Group LLC founder Marc Fleury.

Open source centre for Asia launched

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URL : www.asiaosc.org

Name of Site : Asian Open Source Centre

Short description : Promoting free software and open source use in Asia, especially related to localization.

Longer description : The centre focuses on open source issues specific to Asia, such as localization of software, open source for creating local content, and the use of open source to bridge the \'digital divide\'.

Open source centre for Asia launched

Email: 

URL : www.asiaosc.org

Name of Site : Asian Open Source Centre

Short description : Promoting free software and open source use in Asia, especially related to localization.

Longer description : The centre focuses on open source issues specific to Asia, such as localization of software, open source for creating local content, and the use of open source to bridge the \'digital divide\'.

SCO casts wider net for infringers

SCO Group has hired high-profile attorney David Boies to see whether Windows, Mac OS X, Linux and versions of BSD infringe on Unix intellectual property the company owns, Chief Executive Darl McBride said Wednesday.

SCO casts wider net for infringers

SCO Group has hired high-profile attorney David Boies to see whether Windows, Mac OS X, Linux and versions of BSD infringe on Unix intellectual property the company owns, Chief Executive Darl McBride said Wednesday.

New version of LICQ - 1.2.0a

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LICQ does not stand for Linux ICQ. Never has and never will. LICQ is an ICQ for all (or most) *NIXes. Also Graham is no longer actively involved in the LICQ project. Jon Keating (jon@licq.org) is now the primary maintainer along with a slew of developers. LICQ now supports AOL ICQ V8 (OSCAR) protocol for the most part, and will work with KDE3.