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The Reality of Advocacy
Crafting your skill as an advocate can take many twists and turns, but there some key factors that are essential to bear in mind. Are you as objective an advocate as you could be?
- Jono Bacon [ Jan. 01, 2006 02:03 PM | Subject(s): Advocacy , Advocacy, General, Linux, Open Source | Permalink]

The Year in Perl 2005
Who could have predicted what happened in the Perl world in 2005? Not me. Nor will I try to predict what will happen in 2006. I can tell you what did happen, though.
- chromatic [ Dec. 31, 2005 01:37 PM | Subject(s): Perl , Community, Open Source, Programming Languages | Permalink]

Open Standards and Organic Foods
Kurt Cagle looks at the links between the open source and organic farming movements, and the importance of open standards within both.
- Kurt Cagle [ Dec. 29, 2005 01:49 PM | Subject(s): Advocacy , Open Source | Permalink]

Exploiting the Windows XP/2003 Picture and Fax Viewer Metafile Overflow Vulnerability
Here is how easy it is to exploit the "Windows XP/2003 Picture and Fax Viewer Metafile Overflow" vulnerability.
- Nitesh Dhanjani [ Dec. 29, 2005 07:50 AM | Subject(s): Security , Networking, Open Source, Perl, Security, Windows | Permalink]

monodevelop via fink
Has anyone gotten monodevelop to work (via fink) recently?
- Nitesh Dhanjani [ Dec. 28, 2005 10:43 AM | Subject(s): Mac , ONLamp, Open Source, Software Development | Permalink]

Commons Collections w/ Generics
A Sourceforge project that takes Commons Collections and adds generics
- Timothy M. O'Brien [ Dec. 26, 2005 12:03 PM | Subject(s): Java , Open Source | Permalink]

Can Apple do Better than Objective-C?
I'd like to turn this entry into a discussion of what people think of having to use Objective C to code Cocoa applications. Feel free to comment below...
- Nitesh Dhanjani [ Dec. 25, 2005 03:49 PM | Subject(s): Mac , General, Mac, ONLamp, Open Source, Programming Languages, Ruby, Software Development | Permalink]

Do you need to go back to Javascript school?
Admit it, you probably looked a Javascript in the late 90's , thought it was good for a few narrow areas (special effects on a web page, validating user input) and then went elsewhere to program in a 'real' language. If asked, we'd complain about lack of language features and the restrictiveness of running only within a client side browser.
- Paul Browne [ Dec. 23, 2005 12:45 AM | Subject(s): Web , Community, Hacks, Open Source, Programming Languages, Web, Web Services | Permalink]

eXplorations podcast: ODF, MOX and the definition of open standards
eXplorations Podcast between Kurt Cagle and Mark Peterson on the import of the Massachusetts Open Standard Debate
- Kurt Cagle [ Dec. 22, 2005 12:04 PM | Subject(s): Podcasting , Advocacy, Community, Digital Media, Open Source, Patents, Podcasting, Web, Web Services, XML | Permalink]

Podcast: ODF, MOX and the definition of open standards
eXplorations Podcast between Kurt Cagle and Mark Peterson on the import of the Massachusetts Open Standard Debate
- Kurt Cagle [ Dec. 22, 2005 11:59 AM | Subject(s): Podcasting , Advocacy, Community, Digital Media, Open Source, Patents, Podcasting, Web, Web Services, XML | Permalink]

Systm Episode 5: Asterisk
Episode 5 of Systm now available. The show is based on the Asterisk project.
- Nitesh Dhanjani [ Dec. 22, 2005 11:24 AM | Subject(s): Open Source , Emerging Technology, General, Networking, Open Source, Wireless | Permalink]

What is OpenFormula and why should you care?
OpenFormula is a specification for computed formulas (particularly spreadsheet formulas), intended to supplement the OpenDocument specification, to meet the need to be able to exchange spreadsheet data.
- Jean Hollis Weber [ Dec. 18, 2005 06:40 PM | Subject(s): Open Source | Permalink]

Power PHP Testing
The tutorial that Geoff Young and I gave at ApacheCon has sparked some discussion (mostly via email) that I think will lead to better testing tools for PHP developers.
- Chris Shiflett [ Dec. 17, 2005 12:50 PM | Subject(s): PHP , Apache, Enterprise Development, ONLamp, Open Source, Perl, Programming Languages, Web, Web Development, Web Services | Permalink]

Nokia's WebCore/KHTML Browser
OSNews shows off the cool new Nokia webbrowser based on WebCore/KHTML, the foundations of Safari.
- Robert Daeley [ Dec. 14, 2005 01:26 PM | Subject(s): Mac , Mac, Open Source | Permalink]

Ruby on Rails v 1.0 released!
Just out over the rails list server, Ruby on Rails has officially reached its 1.0 release!
- Kevin Bedell [ Dec. 13, 2005 01:06 PM | Subject(s): Software Development , ONLamp, Open Source, Ruby | Permalink]

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