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Links 1 through 10 of 32 by Simon Phipps tagged Debian

A sensible move that will ensure Debian users have the most up-to-date version of the most complete office suite for Linux.

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I need to give this a try one weekend, it's high time I got that Qube 3 working. Unless, of course, there are some instructions somewhere for running OpenSolaris on it? (Thanks to Martin for the pointer)

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Where angels fear to tread. "So if even the sixth and eighth commandments admit to exceptions, why is it that some Debian developers approach the first clause of the Debian Social Contract with a take-no-prisoners, no-exceptions policy?"

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Awesome news. This alone justifies all the effort that went into OpenJDK.

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As predicted, getting OpenJDK into Debian main is the trigger for a cascade of other stones falling into place to build the foundations for a strong Java presence in GNU/Linux.

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Dalibor breaks the news that OpenJDK6 (aka Java SE) is now heading squarely for Debian main. That decision to use the GPL is paying off. Absolutely awesome, fantastic work everyone (yes, including the IcedTea folks too).

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Provocative article on the debacle that admits its own flameage. But let's face it, if Sun had done this in Solaris there would be blood. As it is, the incident should cause much inner searching by FOSS proponents, me included.

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Congratulations, Steve (and nice kilt).

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Fascinating exploration of the dynamics and evolution of community governance. Having see how the jump to formal governance affected OpenSolaris, we're now taking out time over OpenJDK, and this study supports that approach.

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Great to see this being discussed; even better that MR is out there engaging in the discussion.

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