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First alpha for PostgreSQL 9.1 appears

The PostgreSQL developers have released a first alpha of the PostgreSQL 9.1 with several new major features added since version 9.0's development...

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Open-Xchange 6.18 integrates data from social networks

Open-Xchange has released version 6.18 of its email and groupware solution, which improves the integration of data from social networks and the management of emails and external accounts...

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US government shouldn't fear foreign participation in Forge.gov

In an effort to reduce IT costs and boost efficiency, the US federal government is increasingly turning to open source software. We wrote last year about Forge.mil, a code sharing site that was established by the military to encourage broader collaboration and reuse of existing source code throughout the Department of Defense. The US General Services Administration (GSA) is planning...

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Mozilla Public License Alpha 2

The second alpha version of the revised Mozilla Public License has been posted; the text has been annotated to make it relatively easy to see what has been changed. "The most significant change in this draft is the patent language. We have made it easier to read but also, we...

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Firefox closes door for spammers

Facebook has closed a hole that was being used by spammers to automatically post wall messages and direct messages to friends.

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