Is this just me or do we see a highly increased rate of (important and interesting) stuff being released (or announced to be released soon) under the terms of the GPL lately?
A few examples:
This is a great trend and good news for all of us. A special thanks to Sun for releasing more and more stuff under free licenses!
After you have installed a minimum SELinux setup in QEMU, you might want to tweak and edit the policy to fit your needs.
Help->Software Updates->Find and install...
Search for new features to install, then
New remote site
http://www.tresys.com/files/eclipse-update/" as URL, click
Of course, you can also easily use your favourite text-editor to edit the plain policy files (if you use the te.vim file from Thomas Bleher you get syntax highlighting, at least for *.te files). After placing the file in the
~/.vim/syntax directory, add this to your
if has("autocmd") filetype plugin on augroup te autocmd BufRead,BufNewFile *.te set filetype=te augroup END endif
Let the flames begin...
(via Luke Welling)
No, I'm not dead, just very very busy...
There have been quite a few interesting new Free Software projects and news popping up recently (or I only recently noticed them):
apt-get install sun-java5-jdk(and a few other packages) in Debian, as Sun has finally relaxed its license a bit. Note that it's still not free, it's just free enough to be distributed in Debian's non-free section now ;-)