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CyanogenMod Development Slows, but Will Continue

A posting on the CyanogenMod web site has confirmed that the project will continue, with work on the next version in progress. The recent slowdown in development is due to private commitments of the volunteer developers...

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WordPress Powers 14.7 Per Cent of the Top Million Web Sites

Speaking at this year's WordCamp conference, WordPress founder Matt Mullenweg provided details from the project's first ever user and developer survey and announced that 14.7 per cent of the top million sites are now powered by the blogging and publishing platform...

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PHP Users Warned Not to Upgrade to 5.3.7

The PHP developers have warned users not to upgrade to the latest stable branch release of the PHP scripting language due to a serious bug related to the crypt() function...

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A Look at Oregon State University's Open Source Lab

One of the key themes at LinuxCon North America 2011 is the ubiquity of Linux. Many people use Linux in many ways, often totally unaware that they're depending on Linux. Likewise, those of us in the open source community depend heavily on Oregon State University's Open Source Labs (OSUOSL), but may not even realize just how much. Thanks to one of the final talks at LinuxCon by Lance Albertson, it's much clearer now just how important OSUOSL is.

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Clay Shirky Says Good Collaboration is Structured Fighting

Companies and projects focusing on large-scale collaboration might want to start thinking about collaboration in a new way. Clay Shirky, author of Here Comes Everybody closed out the second day of LinuxCon North America 2011 with a contrarian look at collaboration.

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