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Updated Study Reveals More Developers Working on Linux Kernel

After 16 months, The Linux Foundation has published an update to its April 2008 study on Linux kernel development. The new report, written by original authors and kernel developers Jonathan Corbet and Greg Kroah-Hartman, and the Linux Foundation’s Amanda McPherson, reveals that a net of 2.7 million additional lines of code have been added to the Linux kernel in those 16 months.

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Rails vs. Grails vs. Helma: The JVM Web Framework Smackdown, Part 2

Having covered JRuby on Rails in part 1, we now turn our attention to Grails and Helma.
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PySide--LGPL Python Bindings for Qt

Pyside is a new API for Python programmers who want to use Nokia's Qt framework and it's LGPL licensed and Nokia funded.
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GIMP to Go (L)GPL3

A snapshot of the unstable GIMP 2.7 has been released for developers with changes to the license and a preview of future features for GIMP 2.8.
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Rails vs. Grails vs. Helma: The JVM Web Framework Smackdown, Part 1

It's the ultimate JVM Web Framework Smackdown! Three will enter the cage. Only one will exit the victor. Will it be JRuby on Rails? Groovy on Grails? Or Helma?
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Novell Gets Closer to Silverlight With Moonlight 2

Open source Silverlight clone gets new milestone release as it races towards feature parity with Microsoft.
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