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Hold The Celebrations; H.264 Is Not The Sort Of Free That Matters

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blogs.computerworlduk: While the "free for web use" claims for H.264 by MPEG-LA sound great and have deceived many commentators, they are nothing new and contain no good news for open source software.

Michael Tiemann Opens Up

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muktware.com: Michael Tiemann is the brain behind Cygnus, the first company to offer support to Linux and other assorted Free Software programs.

The Dawn Of The Age of Open Source 4.0

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networkworld.com: Some say we are entering a new "golden age" of open source. Open Source 4.0

GNU/Linux - finally it's Free software

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computerworlduk.com: Some ancient source code given away freely by Sun in 1984 turned out to have a non-Free-software licence all these years, upsetting the licensing purity of glibc and everything built with it.

Dell checks for open-source licensing misstep

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  • Dell checks for open-source licensing misstep
  • Dell Answers Critics Demanding Streak's Source Code
  • Dell promises to open-source Streak code

Brazil is open to open source

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networkworld.com: I’ve been traveling quite a bit recently to meet with Lucid’s customers and partners around the globe. Earlier this week I had the pleasure of speaking at an event organized for business executives by our partner in Brazil, Primeware.

Give me some of that old-time, open source religion

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opensource.com: We’ve accepted the obvious benefits of open source principles in business and education, law and healthcare. In the Life channel, we get to examine some of the less-obvious avenues where open source is found--and here is one that even surprises us a little: open source religion.

Bossie Awards 2010: The best open source software of the year

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infoworld.com: InfoWorld's Test Center picks the top open source platforms, middleware, applications, and application development tools

Three things Microsoft need to do NOW to prove it loves open souce

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zdnet.com/blog: Back in 2001 Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer called Linux a “cancer” that threatened the company, but now the Redmond giant claims to “love open source.” Well, actions speak louder than words.

11 Biggest Open Source Success Stories

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techdrivein.com: According to Fortune, Open Source is slowly gaining acceptance in the corporate world. More and more corporates are beginning to see the merits of Open Source and have started embracing it. But all these changes didn't happened overnight. It was rather a painful journey. '

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