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theinquirer.net: LINUX VENDOR Red Hat knows that most of its customers do not care whether their operating system software is open source but instead simply look for the best bang for the buck.
wired.com: It may come as a surprise to today’s digital natives, but the concept of open systems dates back to the late 1960s and early 1970s, where the first steps were taken to link different computer systems together across communications networks.
infoworld.com: From the rise of foundations to emerging revenue models, the open source movement is primed for even greater impact on tomorrow's technologies
computerweekly.com: Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst used his company's Boston user summit this June to explain the core concept behind open source innovation and Computer Weekly reported on the former Delta Airlines chief's comments at that time.
linux.com: Who wouldn’t want to be a Linux kernel developer? Kernel developers work at the heart of the Linux operating system and contribute and work on code that runs the world's technology infrastructure.
ebb.org/bkuhn: I am always amazed when suddenly there is widespread interest in, excitement over, and focus on some particular GPL violation. I've spent most of my adult life working on copyleft compliance issues, so perhaps I've got an overly unique perspective. It's just that I've seen lots of GPL violations every single day since the late 1990s.
infoworld.com: It's back -- and bigger and badder than ever! Our sixth annual Bossie Awards call out more than 100 open source products in seven categories
redmonk.com/sogrady: In the early days of commercial open source, misinformation was a major impediment to adoption. The fear that this “viral” license would infect their private repositories was rampant.
kotaku.com.au: Imagine if a bunch of flight-sim enthusiasts got together and spent years assembling a free, open-source, constantly updated flight simulator. Wait actually, you don’t have to imagine that: It’s a real thing, and it’s called FlightGear. The open-source simulator has been around for years.
linuxinsider.com: They say it's a small world after all, but in the Magic Kingdom, it appears to be a FUD-filled world as well. How else to explain a recent episode of "Shake It Up" on the Disney Channel?
irishtimes.com: LAST SUNDAY, I walked into the business heart of San Francisco, tapped on the closed offices of a profitable IT business, scooted into what looked like their main conference room, sat down, and started fixing bugs. I was there for the “Twisted Sprint.”
theregister.co.uk: Shake it Up, a Disney sitcom that screens on The Disney Channel around the world, has slipped in an insult to open source software.
computerweekly.com: The Open Source Initiative (OSI) has reportedly flagged a potential trademark infringement brought about by one of its closes mindset neighbours, the Open Source Hardware Association (OSHWA).