Some license agreements grant considerably more rights than most EULAs provide. A free software license grants the right to modify and redistribute the licensed software for any purpose. Mozilla Corporation enforces trademarks and claims the right to deny the use of the name “Firefox” and other trademarks to unofficial builds such as Ubuntu’s Firefox. Now you need to accept EULA before using Firefox under Ubuntu.
Shoes is a very informal graphics and windowing toolkit. It’s for making regular old apps that run on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. It’s a blend of my favorite things from the Web, some Ruby style, and a sprinkling of cross-platform widgets. Shoes uses Ruby as its interface language.
Google gadgets is an open-source implementation of Google gadgets platform for Linux and is now available for download.
“OpenOffice.org has announced their 3.0 Beta is ready for testing. The new version includes some great enhancements.