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Ode to Groklaw: A Requiem for What Was Lost

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It's not often we here in the Linux blogosphere must cope with death -- figuratively speaking -- in the projects and products we love.

After all, when it's open source, what may "die" one day will likely be reborn the next as something new thanks to the beauty of forking, among other things. Just recall Fuduntu, for example -- it may have closed its doors earlier this year, but soon afterwards Cloverleaf was born.

Of course, turns out Cloverleaf development was also just halted, but hey -- no tears! There's no telling what may come next, right?

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