linuxuser.co.uk: In this months column, openSUSE community manager Jos Poortvliet ponders the future of free software…
linux-magazine.com: "Would it be immoral for me to write a program and then to sell it without providing the source code?" Someone asked in response to my last blog entry. The question might have a troll, but I replied.
mrpogson.com: RMS has an article on der Spiegel about the dangers the cloud presents to computing. He is correct that the cloud is a dangerous place but not any more dangerous than the web has been all along.
- Control Points and Steering Mechanisms in Open Source Software Projects
- The open source "shallow fork" approach to pre-deployment
- Asia Pacific traders prefer open source
- Creative Commons Chief Technology Officer Needed at FSF
- AU: Guide to open source software published after online public consultation
- Quest Software Demonstrates Open Source Absorption
securityninja.co.uk: As the days count down until I jet off to Las Vegas and release v2.0 of Agnitio I’ve been thinking about the past year and the lessons/things I’ve learned since I first released Agnitio – my first open source project.
itwire.com: Stallman was invited to speak in some Palestinian universities a few months ago; when he organised some talks in Israeli universities as well during the same trip, he had to cancel them.
fossforce.com: Quite a few years ago, a popular Linux site began displaying ads from Microsoft on their home page.
itworld.com: hat's right folks, another ten best! But this time I'll wager you're not familiar with any of them, or at best one or two. The free/open source software world is vast and full of excellent applications for all occasions.
networkworld.com: The expansion of the open source development model to companies who are just starting to submit code and take part in communities is leading to an interesting problem for their developers. How do they transition from a corporate development model to an open, global development environment?
itworld.com: Free-as-in-freedom software is very often free-as-in-beer, too. This is normally a good thing. But one open source project developer is calling out a troubling problem with free software: counterfeit applications.