In News Today

April 1st, 2005

  • GNOME announces new branding strategy (G12 and not GNOME 2.12) and a new pay-per-use subscription model. More here.
  • Adeptiva, a Singapore based computing solutions provider, has decided to quit the GNU/Linux business claiming that it has become increasingly difficult trying to make 1970’s technology work.
  • KDE Dot reports that the KDE project has chosen to deploy BitKeeper for its source code repository.
  • Abiword forked - announcing Spatial Abiword for the GNOME desktop.
  • Davix - a free Linux-like kernel for x86-64 systems.
  • Paris Hilton hired by the OSDL as Exposure Executive for Linux.