I’m playing catch-up in my aggregator after two weeks away. I’m sure that plenty of interesting things from last week have dropped off the radar, and that’s okay. If they’re really, really interesting they’ll pop back up sometime.
Tim Bray has put together a table of contents for his excellent series on search engine technology.
Apache Geronimo is being incubated as a new J2EE container. Sure, competition is good, but I am led to wonder if time would be better spent improving other open source projects.
Red Hat has sued SCO to stop the FUD, while SCO announces insane pricing for Linux server licenses.