Linux in the news
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Linux Test Project. The Linux Test Project has announced a new version of it's testing suite. Included is a new paper from the IBM LTC Test team, more tests, and script updates.
Living Without Microsoft. A new site called Living Without Microsoft has popped up. "Our aim is to provide accurate information about, and analyses of, non-Microsoft software and to discuss the benefits and problems you are likely to encounter if you adopt it instead of a Microsoft solution." (Thanks to Karl Vogel.)
Headaches? Use Linux. The folks at Cybersource have released a poster promoting Linux as a means of relief from proprietary software hassles. It's suitable for printing and posting at workplaces worldwide...
Linux and Free Software Festival, Turkey. The first Linux and Free Software Festival will be held in Ankara, Turkey from May 16 through 19, 2002.
OSHCA 2002 Call for Participation. A Call for Participation has been posted for the The Open Source Health Care Alliance conference, to be held at UCLA in Los Angeles, CA on November 14 and 15, 2002.
CFP: EuroPython 2002 Lightning Talks. A Call for Participation has been posted for the EuroPython 2002 conference lightning talks, the event will be held from June 26-28 in Charleroi, Belgium.
Free Linux@work events. A number of free Linux@work events will be held across Europe in June, 2002. (Thanks to Roberto Zicari.)
Perl Foundation Summer Fundraising Tour Kicks Off (use Perl). Use Perl has an announcement for the Perl Foundation's upcoming fundraising tour. Events are in the planning stage, sponsors are needed.
Ruby Conference 2002: Call for Presenters. A CFP has been issued for the Ruby Conference 2002, to be held in Seattle, Washington on November 1-3, 2002.
Events: May 16 - July 11, 2002.
Samba team gets award. The Samba team has received the Innovation in Infrastructure Award from eWeek and PC Magazine.
Section Editor: Forrest Cook.
May 16, 2002
Here are this week's Freshmeat software announcements. Freshmeat now offers the announcements sorted in two different ways: