Nominations now open for 2009 Community Choice Awards

SourceForge, despite competition, remains the leading repository for open-source projects. Many of the world's best open-source projects--JBoss, MySQL, SugarCRM, and others--start there, and plenty never leave.
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The Steady March of the European Penguins

The Open Source Business Resource (OSBR) has released its May issue about open source in government, including coverage of activities in Europe
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FOSS.IN, December 1-5, Bangalore

FOSS.IN is one of the world’s largest Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) events, held annually in India. The event is highly focussed on FOSS development and contribution.
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Outsourcing development with the GPLv2 and the GPLv3

At the beginning of July this year, we will have had the GPLv3 for two years. At this stage, many of the changes which the GPLv3 brought with it are known, not only to those dealing with FLOSS licenses on a daily basis, but also across the industry as a whole.
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Open World Forum, October 1-2, Paris

The Open World Forum is the leading global summit bringing together decision-makers from across the world to discuss the technological, financial and social impact of open technologies.

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