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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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Corporate Participation in Open Source Communities

Someone recently asked me a few question about corporate participation in open source communities and I thought I'd share my thoughts on this topic here. Are there differences between an open source project done for a corporation and one done for personal reasons?
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One Approach To Open Source Code Contribution and Testing

Slashdot: "Brian Aker, one of the core developers of MySQL, has written up a lengthy blog on how the Drizzle fork is handling both its code contributions...
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Finding the Right Open-Source Savvy Lawyer

Chances are you already have at least an idea of how to find a contract lawyer, a tax law specialist or a real-estate attorney. But what if your programmers are using open-source code that’s licensed under two different licenses?
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Defining Certifications for Open Source

My company has recently launched an Open Source Certification service and I wanted to discuss why we think it provides real benefits to our customers.
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