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CommonJS Effort Sets JavaScript on Path for World Domination

This has been a big year for JavaScript. New, fast engines have tested their legs. Libraries have matured. With the ECMAScript 5 draft proposal, the language is growing. However, the language remains largely in exile, to only be used in Web browsers.
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rPath Heaves Javelin at Red Hat

rPath is a little bit closer to its Project Javelin dreams.
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Eclipse Tells Ex-Community Director to 'Go Away'

Bjorn Freeman-Mason had become a thorn in the Eclipse Foundation's side, so Eclipse executive Mike Milinkovich very directly said, "You're a jerk. Go away."
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It Is No Longer About the Killer Application

Over the past few weeks, I have been busy. My regular job, my hobby and working with the folks at Linux Journal. Along the way, I have been thinking about the Open Source world more than I have in the past.
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Video Skype Lives On Karmic

Sadly, video Skype on Linux has been problematic since its introduction. Everything has finally came together with Karmic Koala 9.10. Video Skype indeed lives on Linux.
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Graphic Styles in OpenOffice.org Draw and Impress

One of OpenOffice.org's greatest strengths is its emphasis on styles. Some users balk at styles, claiming they are restrictive, but no other feature repays a little organization with so much ease of use and saving of time.

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