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Increasingly, Open Source Coexists With Proprietary Software

In the ongoing debate between open source purists and people who appreciate and defend proprietary software, extremists will always have their voices, but many people in the open source community are waking up to the fact that proprietary platforms and applications can co-exist peacefully with open source ones.

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Opinion: Not Having Linux Skills is IT Malpractice

Some things seem so obvious I feel silly even saying them. And this is one of them: any IT staffer who only knows one operating system is not worth hiring.

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SugarCRM starts delivering open source test tools

SugarCRM has begun to deliver a set of open source test tools that the company has used internally for testing it's customer relationship management software...

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Pressure mounts for a swifter response to vulnerabilities

Following Google's announcement that it will give software vendors just 60 days to patch any security vulnerabilities it reports, the Zero Day Initiative has announced that, effective immediately, it will limit its time period to six months...

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SFC wins default judgement against GPL violator

The Software Freedom Conservancy has won a default judgement against Westinghouse Digital Electronics in its action against 14 companies over GPL violations...

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