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Rubyvis: A Ruby Port of the Protovis Library

Protovis is a data visualization tool from the Stanford Visualization Group. We mentioned it last month when we covered the group's Data Wrangler project. Rubyvis is a port of Protovis, which uses JavaScript, to Ruby. Both use SVG for output. Here's a simple example from the Rubyvis site: Rubyvis is...

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Groovy 1.7.10 and 1.8 RC3 Released

The Groovy developers have simultaneously issued version 1.7.10 and the third release candidate for 1.8 of their open source dynamic scripting language for the Java Virtual Machine: a stable maintenance update and the latest development preview for Groovy 1.8...

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Apache Harmony Loses Project Manager

Tim Ellison, Project Management Chair of Apache Harmony at the Apache Software Foundation, has stepped down. It remains unclear whether the project has a future...

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Mozilla Mirroring Chrome's Fast, Phased Releases

Lighting a fire under the development process, Mozilla expects a cascade of gradually maturing Firefox versions will bring new features to users faster.

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Drizzle Pours Down Open Source MySQL Database Fork

From the blogs: MySQL for the cloud takes off, after nearly three years of development. Should Oracle be worried?

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