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Managing Open Source Risk and Keeping It Legal

From potential issues with licenses to evaluating the future development of a particular project, there are risks to consider before adopting open so...
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Google Summer of Code 2010: Accepted Students Announced

Google has published a list of the 1,025 students accepted for this year's Google Summer of Code (GSoC) event...
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Why Making Money from Free Software Matters

Glyn Moody looks at making money with free software. "As companies like Red Hat have grown in size and profitability, so has the credibility of free software options among larger enter...
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Some Notes From the Collaboration Summit

Your editor has just returned from the Linux Foundation's annual Collaboration Summit, held in San Francisco. LFCS is a unique event; despite becoming more developer-heavy over the years, it still pulls together an interesting combination of people from the wider Linux ecosystem. The following ar...
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On SCO, Linux and What Will Happen When the exFAT Lady Sings

Well it's been over a week since the landmark ruling came down in the Novell v. SCO case, but the rever...
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