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Netbook UI, Photo Management Coming to Banshee Media Player

Aaron Bockover, the lead developer behind the open source Banshee project, has published an outline of the Banshee community's plans for the next major version of the program.
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Apache and the Future of Open-Source Licensing

If most developers contribute to open-source projects because they want to, rather than because they're forced to, why do we have the GNU General Public License?
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Open-Source Adoption Faces Extra Obstacles in China

The uphill battle that open-source programs face to steal ground from proprietary software comes with added pitfalls in China, where problems like software piracy take away strengths that open source has elsewhere.
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State Dept. to Clinton: Please Let Us Use Firefox

Despite the rise of open source within the U.S. federal government, Firefox has yet to get appropriate credit within the U.S. State Department.
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Open Source Could Create Better Election Software, Jobs

Last year, I was asked to help a political organization that needed to file its reports with the Federal Election Commission. I had previously helped them around their office where they run Ubuntu desktops and Debian servers, but I had never assisted with the reporting.

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Seaside: Your Next Web Application Framework

Seriously? A Smalltalk web framework? While you might be skeptical at first, this just might be the the ultimate developer tinkertoy.
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