Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 5th Feb 2007 21:50 UTC
Linux "It seems as if a new Linux-based operating system is born every day, with each facing the challenge of justifying its existence in a field that's already rather crowded with mature Linux distributions boasting active user bases and organized bodies to back them. But one relatively young Linux distribution worth keeping an eye on is Foresight Linux, a desktop-oriented distribution that hit its 1.0 release milestone at the end of January. What sets Foresight apart from the rest of the fledgling distro pack is the software management framework on which its built."
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RE[2]: Web UI
by vtolkov on Wed 7th Feb 2007 06:14 UTC in reply to "RE: Web UI"
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In fact, XML is sucks. It is not a human-readable format and it has overcomplicated standard, which does not allow making light-weight parser. Registry provides atomicity, and DB integrity but all unix tools should dance around text files to be sure that they are locked properly and syntactically correct.

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