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Windows Legacy Apps vs. Linux Desktop Adopters?

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  • Windows Legacy Apps vs. Linux Desktop Adopters?
  • Avoid the tool trap when building communities
  • An Open Source Toolkit for Your Small Business

The Apple-Oracle plot against open source

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zdnet.com: It’s really quite clever. Tie Google up in court, sign a deal with Apple to coordinate development of Java, and ignore the open source community.

Free Software Without Freedom

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  • Aerodynamic Elephants and Free Software Without Freedom
  • It's not Apache vs. Oracle; it's Oracle vs. open source
  • Open core licensing is free software’s evil twin
  • Geeknet Joins Open Invention Network as Licensee
  • Which came first, the customer or the community?
  • PyPy Joins the Software Freedom Conservancy
  • Open Source Ohio: Bringing FOSS and Business Together
  • Linux open source drivers for Xbox Kinect released

The Promise Of Open Source

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crn.in: Linux and open source technologies have started gaining acceptance and momentum with a host of technologies associated with FOSS having reached levels of maturity that are comparable with the best the proprietary software world has to offer.

East meets West: the U.S.-India open government dialogue

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opensource.com: Yesterday, U.S. President Barack Obama addressed members of the Indian parliament and announced a U.S.-India Open Government Dialogue.

Is it time for Free software to move on?

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h-online.com: A remarkable continuity underlies free software, going all the way back to Richard Stallman's first programs for his new GNU project. And yet within that continuity, there have been major shifts: are we due for another such leap?

NZ Open Source Awards winners announced

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geekzone.co.nz: This evening the NZ Open Source Awards 2010 celebrated and rewarded the best and most innovative in New Zealand’s open source software at a gala event attended by more than 200 people at the Intercontinental Wellington.

Shiny open source software for the next generation in schools

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blogs.computerworlduk: I just read a press release announcing a Linux alternative to Microsoft’s Multipoint server. Basically the concept is that up to ten PCs can USB-into the server and act as plug and play thin-clients.

Telstra violating open source licence, claims developer

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delimiter.com.au: Telstra could be about to receive an avalanche of complaints from the global open source software community, after a local developer accused the company over the weekend of violating the terms of the popular GNU General Public License.

Six Secrets of Open Source Community Building

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earthweb.com: The Drupal content management system (CMS) is one of the most successful open source projects on the Internet today, thanks in no small part to its community.

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