Win a copy of the .NET/J2EE Interoperability Toolkit

by jcannon on October 31, 2007 03:22pm   It’s been awhile since we’ve featured any books or authors on Port 25 – you may remember Jeremy Moskowitz on Windows/Linux Integration, and then Linux in a Windows World with Rod Smith. That doesn’t mean our library shelves have gone empty though ~ so today we’re going…

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Technical Analysis: Recovering GRUB, Dual Boot Solutions

by jcannon on October 30, 2007 04:43pm Today’s post returns Port 25 to our more regular technical analysis that examine common technical scenarios when running Windows and Linux together, or Windows and other popular open source projects. This week, the lab looks at at disk recovery options using GRUB and dual boot scenarios. Abstract: Those…

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Allison Randal on Participation & Motivation

  by Sam Ramji on October 25, 2007 09:14pm It’s taken awhile, but without further delay – we’re excited to post Sam’s discussion with Allison Randal that took place at this year’s OSCON event in Portland, OR. Allison discusses the importance of participation in the open source community and her perspective where Microsoft sits relative…

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Virtual Machine Additions for Linux 2.0

by jcannon on October 23, 2007 01:41pm A quick note to let our community know that Virtual Machine Additions for Linux 2.0 has been released – bringing the version number up to 2.0. For those unfamiliar with Virtual Machine Additions for Linux, it is technology layer designed to improve the usability and interoperability of running…

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Eclipse Executive Director, Mike Milinkovich, Talks with Sam

by Sam Ramji on October 18, 2007 04:21pm Mike Milinkovich is the Executive Director of the Eclipse Foundation -  an open source community – supported by a non-profit foundation – dedicated to building an open source development environment. In this podcast, Mike joins us to discuss some history around Eclipse, the larger open source community…

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Microsoft Out in the Open

by jonrosenberg on October 16, 2007 01:37pm This morning, we were excited to learn that two of Microsoft’s Shared Source licenses have been approved by the OSI.  It’s been an interesting and educational couple of months since we submitted these licenses (we announced our intent in July, and submitted on August 10th.)  I personally enjoyed…

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Releasing the Source Code for the .NET Framework Libraries

by jcannon on October 03, 2007 07:47pm Some news from Scott Guthrie’s blog this morning – we’ll get more from the .NET and Shared Source team over the next few months: “One of the things my team has been working to enable has been the ability for .NET developers to download and browse the source…

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