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Linux Foundation Launches Open Compliance Program

While complying with FOSS licenses is not overly difficult, it can be complex and many companies have asked for help ensuring that they don't run afoul of license requirements. Today the requests have been answered...

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Qualcomm Innovation Center Joins The Linux Foundation as a Platinum member

At LinuxCon on August 10, The Linux Foundation announced that Qualcomm Innovation Center Inc. (QuIC) has joined the organization as a Platinum member. "QuIC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated, is focused on developing software for mobile open source platforms, optimizing open source software for mobile technologies, and enabling...

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Oracle releases VM VirtualBox update

Oracle has released a maintenance update for its open source VM VirtualBox desktop virtualisation application for x86 hardware that addresses a number of bugs and includes various stability improvements...

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Apache CouchDB 1.0.0 suffers potential data loss bug

Apache CouchDB 1.0.0 users are at risk of potential data loss as a critical bug is found in the NoSQL database...

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Open Source Contributor Agreements: Purpose and Scope

Contributor Agreements, also known as Contributor License Agreements (CLA), are increasingly being adopted by open source projects. This article explains the purpose of these Contributor Agreements. When a contribution is made to an open source project, there is an implicit assumption (and sometimes explicit consent) that the contribution (code, translation,...

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