Here are some of the other stories I’ve been working on today:
At ZDNet Open Source: Open Source Software and Processes
Open Source and Netiquette — submit that the process for dispute resolution is simpler, cleaner, and more
efficient in the open source world. If we get into an argument and can’t resolve
it, we split.
MyStack is the Competitive Way to Play Open Source –With so many different Linux operating systems, middleware options, and database
options out there, the new frame for competition is the "stack."
At Voic.Us: Georgia Politics
Cottingham Speaks: Is Anyone Listening? — Sid Cottingham, the Cracker Squire, usually uses his blog to point out stories of interest, re-publishing them and stepping back. Yesterday, he stepped out from behind his virtual curtain with a plea for gay Democrats to put the past (and their lost rights) behind them and get behind the party that needs them.
Barnes Tries Again on VoterID — Former Gov. Roy Barnes tried again to block the VoterID law in a Fulton County court, But the latest attempt may go the way of his previous one, and on the same basis — the standing of his plaintiff.
Endorsement Time — Nothing is better for putting a candidate over the top than a well-timed endorsement. And now’s the time. The danger is that you also collect the endorser’s baggage.