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Gnome Users And Developer European Conference

The third annual GNOME User and Developer European Conference (GUADEC), will bring developers, GNOME Foundation leaders and individual, business and government GNOME users to Seville, Spain next month. The conference is a unique forum for highlighting the capabilities of GNOME, the user environment for desktops, networked servers and portable Internet devices. GUADEC will also feature meaningful discussions of the future direction of GNOME development.

Mozilla 1.0 nears release

The long-awaited open-source version of the Netscape Web browser has reached a major development milestone as it nears a first official release.

Mozilla 1.0 nears release

The long-awaited open-source version of the Netscape Web browser has reached a major development milestone as it nears a first official release.

Microsoft to Release More Source Code

Microsoft spokesman Jim Desler told eWeek on Tuesday that the Redmond, Wash.-based software firm would release the Server Message Block (SMB) protocol later this summer to comply with the provisions of the proposed final settlement between it and the Department of Justice in that antitrust case.

Microsoft to Release More Source Code

Microsoft spokesman Jim Desler told eWeek on Tuesday that the Redmond, Wash.-based software firm would release the Server Message Block (SMB) protocol later this summer to comply with the provisions of the proposed final settlement between it and the Department of Justice in that antitrust case.

Why Caldera Released Unix: A Brief History

Caldera, the latest owners of the \"official\" Unix source code, decided to release some of the older versions (up to \"V7\" and \"32V\") under an open source license.

Why Caldera Released Unix: A Brief History

Caldera, the latest owners of the \"official\" Unix source code, decided to release some of the older versions (up to \"V7\" and \"32V\") under an open source license.

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Mozilla 0.9.3 released

16 top crash bugs fixed, some minor changes to the modern theme and a few usability improvements make up the new release. Download now.