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Open Source Quality On Par with Proprietary

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  • Open Source Code Quality On Par with Proprietary (pr)
  • US Government Announces Open Source App Contest

New Hampshire Legislature Passes Open-Source Software Bill

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  • New Hampshire Legislature Passes Open-Source Software Bill
  • Open Sourcers Drop Software Religion for Common Sense
  • Time to dispel open source myths, says Liam Maxwell
  • Weapons of mass open source destruction

FSF Wants To Police JavaScript Use

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i-programmer.info: The Free Software Foundation (FSF) is an organization that I usually support enthusiastically, but its latest suggestion is more doubtful. See what you think.

Is GPL usage really declining?

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mjg59.dreamwidth.org: Matthew Aslett wrote about how the proportion of projects released under GPL-like licenses appears to be declining, at least as far as various sets of figures go. But what does that actually mean?

Free Software Is Just Fine

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WebOS Swings Along the Open Road

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linuxinsider.com: WebOS was "a beautiful thing when HP demonstrated it -- HP just failed to get the world excited about it. "I hope that freeing the source code will have the desired effect. WebOS is too good a thing to lose."

FLOSS Weekly 200

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  • FLOSS Weekly 200
  • Linux Outlaws 248 - Rantastic
  • Linux Crazy Podcast 95 Gentoo LiveDVD 12.0
  • Awesome Window Manager | LAS | s20e04

Some Thoughts on Conservancy's GPL Enforcement

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sfconservancy.org: After all these years of speaking about, writing about, and doing GPL enforcement, I'm occasionally surprised at how much confusion still exists about how and why it's done.

open beyond licensing

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Pandora's Box 2.0: Opening proprietary code

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h-online.com: What does it take to open up a proprietary application and make it a successful open source project? To answer this, Glyn Moody takes a look at some prominent successes and failures and identifies the best practices.

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