CentOS 5.9 Released
Their rpm announcements were all back dated.
They didn't release any of the 5.9 rpms on the dates they are making public.
You mean the packages that were released prior to the 5.9 install media in the Continuous Release repo? Perhaps you should review this page - http://wiki.centos.org/AdditionalResources/Repositories/CR
Red Hat Releases RHEL 6 Public Beta 1
Why do you think it doesn't have enterprise in the name? It's the Community ENTerprise OS.
Like RHEL, it's often shortened.
AT&T Sues Verizon Over "Map For That" Ads
Honestly, all the "Nation's Fastest 3G Network" might be true in theory, but in practice it only holds true in limited areas around the country, and even then it's a crap shoot.
Apple Kills Google Voice Apps On the iPhone
Google doesn't even have to do this themselves. They could simply drop the code into code.google.com and let someone else build/submit it to cydia. Then they can appear to be playing by Apple/AT&T rules, and still get their app used the way they want.
GrandCentral Reborn As Google Voice
So, now instead of listening to 3 different phone numbers for one person, the NSA simply has to listen to one, or just play the calls back later at their convenience. It's PERFECT! /I am not currently a tinfoil subscriber, I just channel their logic sometimes.
While I didn't read the article, I did see the movie a few years back. It was kinda boring, so I do not support this.
I'll just go ahead and godwin this thread right now too: You know who else had a program to breed designer babies based on hair/eye color?
Mod it funny or troll. Either way, history comes back every time and the movies/literature tell us how it'll happen.
SCO Proposes Sale of Assets To Continue Litigation
I'm actually a little shocked that they haven't requested government financial assistance. It seems to be all the rage for companies with poor products, insane leadership, and failing business models.
mod this flamebait if you want, it's still true.
Dag Wieers Scoffs at Coordinated Linux Release Proposal
A consumer desktop? That's what it takes to be a contributor?
Let's take a look at RH's opensourcing of jboss, or check the kernel commit list for @redhat.com email addresses. What about the environmental tools spawned from RHEL, such as func, cobbler, and others?
Then let's look at what folks like Ubuntu have given back. Sure it's a useful and flashy desktop. What project have they opensourced recently? Where's their contribution back to the community, other than their product?