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GNOME Foundation sets out new rules for copyright assignment

The GNOME Foundation has set out its rules for modules which require copyright assignment, but it will come down to a case-by-case decision for future modules...

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Moglen Targets Patents, Compliance and Innovation as Key Challenges for Free Software

Free software has come a very long way, but there's still some serious challenges yet to be met.

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Jean Staten Healy: IBM's Worldwide Linux Strategy

In October of 2000, IBM CEO Louis Gerstner announced that the company would investing $1 billion in Linux development. This announcement came off the heels of two substantial developments in the industry. Google, unknown at the time, appeared with Linux servers in 1998, and Dell announced they would begin pre-installing...

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Forrester Analyst Says Open Source Has Won

Jeffrey Hammond had a message for LinuxCon attendees on Wednesday morning, "congratulations, you're on the winning team. Open source has crossed the chasm."

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Zenoss Survey Finds Open Source Ubiquitous, Easy

No surprise, 98% of enterprises are using open source. But the tide is turning in terms of perception: More than 71% of those surveyed at the 2009 USENIX Large Installation System Administration (LISA) conference say that open source is easier to deploy than proprietary software.

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