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No News is Good News
By jonas, Section News
Posted on Sat Feb 23rd, 2002 at 09:07:50 GMT
Not much of interest has happened, so supposedly that means that everyone is hacking away or answering interview questions (hopefully). But read on to get a glimpse of some of upcoming events and new software.

 

Events

LinuxForum is an annual event organised by SSLUG, DKUUG and BSD-DK. Its focus is free software and everything around GNU/Linux and the free BSD-systems. It will be held on the 2nd of march.

Someone once said that if you've seen one Expo organised by IDG, you've seen them all. LinuxWorld Conference & Expo Singapore 2002 is probably no exception, Organised by IDG World Expo, LinuxWorld in Singapore focuses as usual on networking between GNU/Linux enthusiasts in the area and a showcase floor where companies demonstrate the latest, newest and hottest on the market. Between the 12th and 14th of March.

Bradley Kuhn is the Vice President of the FSF and you'll get a chance to hear him speak about free software at the University of Kentucky (28th of February), the University of Cincinnati (4th of March) and the University of New Hampshire (26th of March).

New Software from the GNU Project

Serveez is a server framework for creating servers communicating with TCP/IP. Version 0.1.3 is hot off the presses with some bugfixes, improved Guile compatibility and some added cross-platform features.

Chess follows soon after with the release of version 5.03. Not much new here, but if you like chess, grab it now.

Bayonne is a telecommunications application server for the GNU Project, compatible with a range of telecommunications hardware. Version 0.7.5 just out.

Electric is a program for electronic CAD, usable for VHDL compilation, simulations, schematic drawings and much more. Check out version 6.05.

GCC has been available in version 3.0 for more than half a year now. Latest addition being 3.0.4 dealing primarily with a bunch of bugfixes for various architectures.

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[new] Recordings of Bradley Kuhn? (#1)
by jbn (#168) () on Thu Feb 28th, 2002 at 07:38:02 GMT
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I'd like to hear Bradley Kuhn's speech but I can't make it to any of the places where he's going to be speaking. I'd appreciate it if someone could record his speech and make it available along side the other recorded speeches.

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