Archive | February 28, 2005

What’s your workstation OS?

NewsForge features an article called “My Workstation OS: Mac OS X” Apparently, it’s part of a series that “So far, we’ve heard from fans of FreeBSD, Mepis Linux, Debian, Xandros, Slackware, Windows XP, Lycoris, SUSE Professional, NetBSD, Ubuntu, FreeDOS, Libranet, Mandrakelinux, and Arch Linux. Coming soon: Linspire, Knoppix, Gentoo, Fedora Core 3, and more.” It’s always interesting to read how other developers use their machines.

Open Source XML Editors reviewed on NewsForge

OSNews points to a useful review on NewsForge: Open source XML editors examined. “The eXtensible Markup Language (XML) provides a flexible and efficient way to store, transmit, and express data. The open source community has produced an impressive lineup of XML editing utilities. In this article Ryan Paul takes a look at some of the most useful.”

I’ve used several editors on the Windows platform, like XML and Stylus Studio, and I’m looking forward to trying out a couple of the products mentioned in the article, starting with Quanta.

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