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Open Source in Health Care IT

I just complete an analysis of 779 open source projects in the health care segment.  Ten years ago, when the American Association of Family Physicians attempted to organize an open source EMR (electronic medical records) project, it never quite achieved the necessary momentum.
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Study of FOSS Technologies in the World Looking for Participants

The Spanish Open Source Software National Observatory has initiated a study of the state-of-the art of open source software technologies in the world.
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Underestimating the Mission Critical Role of Linux

Mark Rais at reallylinux.com asks to what extent Linux is serving in mission critical environments today.
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OASIS Protects Open Source Developers From Software Patents

Simon Phipps covers news from OASIS, the Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards.
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Of Open Standards, Interoperability and Open Source

In fact, this obsession with perfect interoperability misses another crucial point, which is that there will *never* be anything like a perfectly-compatible solution with Microsoft's OOXML...
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