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Wall Street Opens Doors to Open Source Technologies

Wall Street & Tech reports that capital markets firms are increasingly adopting open source: "With the financial meltdown eroding IT budgets, large investment banks, hedge funds and ot...
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Qt Publishes Roadmap, Opens Up Git Repository

Phoronix reports that Qt Software has published a roadmap and a public source code repository: "Qt is now being openly developed to hopefully spur additional community contributions whether it be code, translations,...
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Interview with Greg Dekoenigsberg, Red Hat Community Architect

LinuxQuestions.org has published an interview with Greg Dekoenigsberg, Community Architect at Red Hat: "We have essentially three layers of governance.
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Nagios fork - commercial growing pains, commercial interests

451 CAOS Theory covers reasons for the recent fork of Nagios: "Open source eyes are watching the latest fork, this time Icinga, a new offshoot of the widely-used open...
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Trimming the FAT: Linux and Patents

The TomTom case exposed a long-simmering problem resulting from the combination of patents, proprietary software companies and open source. Andrew Tridgell recently patched Linux's VFAT implementation, but the cult of silence that surrounds intellectual property will bedevil open source projects fo...
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