Title: Wolves in the Moonlight
In this episode: OpenOffice.org 3.1 is out and we take a guess at just how many lines of source code it has, Glibc has been forked, a ZDNet report whose name we can't pronounce takes a potshot at Moonlight, and our Open Ballot asks whether we need a standard package manager.
What's in the show
- News: OpenOffice.org 3.1 has been released, Glibc has been forked and Mozilla is considering revamping the Firefox icon.
- Hot Topic: Dana Blankenhorn has said that Moonlight is "open source assuming the subordinate position."
- Discovery of the week:
- Open Ballot: Should we standardise on a single package format?
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Presenters: Andrew Gregory, Paul Hudson, Graham Morrison and Mike Saunders
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