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Apache at 10: You Can't Buy Us

Pioneers of the open source foundation explain the benefits of their software meritocracy.
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Microsoft Recommits $100K Apache Contribution at ApacheCon 2009

Microsoft has upped its ante with the open source community by re-committing its pledge to deliver $100,000 to the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) over the next couple of years.
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White House Web Site Makes Open-Source Move

The open-source Drupal package now is used to power the White House Web site. But please don't conflate open source with open governance.
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U.S. Willing to Let Go of Icann

The United States government will on Wednesday announce it is relinquishing most of the control it currently exerts over Icann, says the BBC.
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How to Make Web 2.0 Work Using Open-Source Enterprise Content Management

Enterprise content management has traditionally been very expensive to license, roll out and scale. It often requires expensive hardware and supporting software.
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