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Microsoft and Vyatta Rebut Reports of GPL Violation

Microsoft and Vyatta have rebutted reports that Microsoft had to release the Hyper-V Linux Integration Components (LinuxIC) under the GPLv2 because they had violated the licence...
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Browsers of Future Past: Seamonkey 2.0 Preview

This week the Seamonkey Project released the first beta for the Seamonkey 2.0 Internet suite, a project that continues the tradition of the Netscape Suite with code from the latest releases of Firefox and Thunderbird under the hood.
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Don't Repeat Yourself. Use Rails Templates

Rails is a productive environment -- once you install gems, plugins, and initializers, configure routes, generate code, migrate databases, and tune your environments. Rails templates can automate all of that busy work.
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GPLv3 Hits 50 Percent Adoption

In July 2007, version 3 of the GNU General Public License barely accounted for 164 projects. A year later, the number had climbed past 2,000 total projects.
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Maybe Software Services Could Harm Free Software After All...

Opening dispatch from OSCon: another look at the effects of Software as a Service on opens source plus awards, APIs, and more.
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Ubuntu to Make Linux Application Installation Idiot Proof

Installing applications on Linux isn't really that hard, but it is different from how it's handled on both Windows and Macs. Now, Ubuntu is working on a newbie-proof way for users to install Linux programs.
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