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Smalltalk web framework Seaside reaches version 3.0

The Smalltalk web framework Seaside version 3.0 washes up a re-factored and simpler core library to act as the foundation for future development...

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Google Code now accepting all OSI approved licences

Google has announced that its open source Google Code project hosting service now supports any Open Source Initiative (OSI) approved licence...

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SciDB – relational daddy answers Google, Hadoop, NoSQL

Mention "relational databases" and a few peoples' names might spring to mind: Oracle's Larry Ellison, thanks to his billions, or Monty Widenius, main author of the ferociously popular MySQL. Geekier types might plump for Oracle's former Dr. DBA Ken Jacobs or open-sourcer Brian Akers who helped...

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WordPress Foundation take control of WordPress trademark

Automattic has transferred ownership of the WordPress trademark to the non-profit WordPress Foundation in order to "safeguard the legacy"...

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Mainframe servers to survive x86 competition

A Gartner analyst reckons that mainframes are likely to face increasing pressure from x86-based servers in the next five to 10 years.

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