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CMIS Standards Bode Well for Alfresco

The interweaving of open standards and open source software is common enough that it doesn't always register with folks why open source companies prefer open standards. There's this automatic assumption that if a company uses open sourced technology, then of course they would use open standards.

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Voting Time Is At Hand: Who's Your Fav Fake Torvalds?

While I was away on vacation a couple of weeks ago, the Fake Linus Torvalds were unleashed upon the Twitter community.

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2.6.31 is Out

After a development cycle lasting exactly three months (June 9 to September 9), Linus Torvalds has released the 2.6.31 kernel. This cycle saw the inclusion of almost 11,000 different changes from over 1100 individual developers representing some 200 companies...
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Protecting Linux from Microsoft (Yes, Microsoft Got Caught)

Earlier this week, the Wall Street Journal’s Nick Wingfield broke a story on Microsoft selling a group of patents to a third party. The end result of this story is good for Linux, even though it doesn&...
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RHEL 5.4 Story Avoids Sad Vendor Lock-In Ending for Clouds

The big news coming out of Red Hat for this year's Red Hat Summit is, at first blush, a little anti-climatic. The release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.4 seems like just another point release for an already stable successful operating system.
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