links for 2007-01-25
By webmink on Jan 24, 2007
The contrast here is enlightening. The ODF Toolkit allows people to create ODF-capable applications independently of any vendor or product. Microsoft's stuff lets developers target Microsoft products. Emblematic.
Excellent article from CRN looking at the state of the GPLv3 debate. The only thing I would have fixed was to balance the LKM white paper, whose criticisms seemed based on old data, but overall this is worth reading.
Especially that last choice.
Another hard-hitting message from the OpenOffice.org community asks why, if you really think you need to "upgrade" your office suite (which they question) you don't try OpenOffice.org first.