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i4u writes "The Asus Eee PC is supposed to ship today in Taiwan. Asus announced four Eee PC configurations. The top of the line is the Asus Eee PC 8G with 8G SSD, 1GB RAM, integrated camera and 3.5 hours battery life. The low-end Eee PC 2G Surf has a 2GB SSD drive and 256MB RAM. This one is possibly selling for around $200. All Asus Eee PCs are compatible with Linux and Windows XP.
The Asus Eee PC should arrive in stores end of the month."
LinucksGirl (1105803) writes "Create complex Web-based applications with ease. This tutorial shows you how to use Lotus Notes and Domino to build a community Web site named BlammoSplat. This is the first in a series of three tutorials that chronicle the building of a site that enables collaborative discussion and animation building using Domino and Open Laszlo."
zIRtrON writes "Gday Slashdot, I've written an implementation to an open standard. I'm dropping back to part-time work in order to work more with the software I've written (Telephony Industry). I was considering a dual-licensing model with the GPL a la Asterisk and MySQL. Being an open standard and considering the dual-licensing — am I in any hot water whether I go for the GPLv2 or GPLv3? I'm not as keen to go for a FreeBSD style license because I would like to be able to maintain a little bit of control over it and be able to make some money. Any good/bad stories people know?"