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Shifting scene in open source

The Fedora Project is looking for a few good women, Larry Ellison has his eyes on Linux, and Boeing recruits Wind River for the Navy.

The Fedora Project is looking for a few good women, Larry Ellison has his eyes on Linux, and Boeing recruits Wind River for the Navy.

Fedora wants to draw in women

The project is trying to attract female coders, but some members of the open-source software community doubt it will be a success.
July 31, 2006

blog Larry Ellison said that Oracle could, in theory, redistribute Red Hat Linux, prompting Goldman Sachs analyst Rick Sherlund to speculate that the company will do exactly that some time this year.
July 31, 2006

Linux headed into Boeing antisub aircraft

update Aerospace giant will embed Wind River's version of Linux into the U.S. Navy's P-8A aircraft.
July 31, 2006

Red Hat rains on Xen parade

Xen open-source virtualization isn't stable enough to use yet, even though Novell is shipping it, a top Red Hat exec says.
July 31, 2006

Torvalds critical of new GPL draft

Linux leader maintains his objections to provisions against digital rights managment.
July 28, 2006

Linux gets its 'Moto' running

With phone called "Ming," company builds Chinese dynasty, helps Linux in its advance against Great Wall of rival OSes.
July 28, 2006

Google launches open-source repository

Search engine giant offers now hosts open-source programming projects, an alternative to SourceForge.net.
July 27, 2006