- Open government policy developments in Australasia
- NSA Extends Label-based Security to Big Data Stores
- Swiss government unblocks open source court software release
- Federal Court may share its DMS as open source, parliament says
computerweekly.com: Lots of French people speaking Anglais and putting up with 'les rosbifs' and other Euro nations for three whole days? That must be something special -- and of course it is, the fourth Open World Forum runs from Thursday 22 to Saturday 24 September 2011 in gay Paris.
advogato.org: I have often heard criticism of "negative campaigning" in the free software movement. "Negative" campaigns speak out against proprietary software as opposed to "positive" campaigns which instead speak of the benefits of software freedom.
- Taking the risk out of open source
- Government a closed shop for open source
- Should Adobe Embrace Open Source?
- Understanding open source technologies, the ethical way
- GPLv3 is not enough to protect our constitutional communication rights
- Software Freedom Day to be Celebrated September 17, 2011
- Indian Government Takes the Open Source Route
- Microsoft gave repressive Tunisia aid to stop open source
opensource.com: At the start of the summer, you may recall Project Harmony causing a certain amount of controversy on the subject of contributor agreements in open source communities.
h-online.com: On a recent visit back to the UK, lead Samba developer Jeremy Allison met up with Richard Hillesley. Here, Richard Allison's description of the history of his involvement with open source, Linux and Samba.
larrythefreesoftwareguy.wordpress: My friend Amber Graner, an editor at Ubuntu User magazine, took Jim Zemlin out to the woodshed over the topic of yesterday’s blog item, saying yesterday in a Google+ post to me:
zdnet.com: Open source software isn't free, but it usually is cheaper and more adaptable than proprietary software.
paul.frields.org: Bruce Byfield has published an article on burnout in community projects, to which I was happy to contribute some thoughts. Overall I believe the thoughts people shared in that article, while not surprising or radical, can help people avoid putting themselves in a burnout situation.
datamation.com: Hang around the free and open source software community for any length of time, and you can't help seeing examples of burnout. A colleague takes on too much, and suddenly they're working harder for fewer results.