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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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IBM and TurboHercules: The Patents, the Pledge and the Blogosphere Brawl

No sooner did the Novell v. SCO case draw to a close than another one seems to have come to t...
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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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IBM Denies Breaking Its Open Source Promise

The open source software community is up in arms over claims that IBM has broken its promise to the community by asserting its patents against an open source project. However, Big Blue says it has done no such thing. - The open source software community is up in arms over claims that IBM ha...
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CFP: Best Practices in Open Source Governance at Open World Forum

We're going to have a governance session at Open World Forum in Paris again this year. The aim of this session is to exchange and discuss best practices of the governance of open source, i.e. to discuss how organizations can manage their use of open source. This session will bring together exp...
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