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Archive for February, 2005

09
Feb

Going places with Google

If you thought that Google suggest was impressive, wait till you hear what I have to share tonight. I am spellbound, say the least, when I see the kind of work that has been put up by them lads. First you have Google Suggest, which suggests queries as the user types in the search field. [...]

09
Feb

Tally Will Now Be Available On Red Hat Linux

This promises to be quite an interesting bit of news. Point of note is that this is for Enterprise Linux. So, all the Fedora users would have to be content with Kalculate, the Financial Accounting & Inventory Package For LINUX.

04
Feb

I can localize — take me to the net

You are probably reading this because something about localization interests you. If this is so, then you must have asked yourself, what am I to do with localization and can I use my local language on the net? In a snap — Everything you do over the web in English can be done in your [...]

02
Feb

Five new licenses approved by the OSI

The OSI has approved the following five licenes for certification: Apache License, Version 2.0 CUA Office Public License Version 1.0 EU DataGrid Software License Fair License Lucent Public License Version 1.02 Well it seems the new OSI leadership is keen on getting the ball rolling P.S. I am not sure if these licenses were granted [...]

02
Feb

ESR steps down

ESR, author of The Cathedral and the Bazaar, proud advocate of Open Source and founder of the Open Source Initiative has stepped down as the President of OSI. Russ Nelson has been crowned the new President. Also newly appointed is the general counsel to the OSI, Mark Radcliffe, who replaces Larry Rosen. Michael Tiemann will [...]

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