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Businesses Need Clear Policies For FOSS Contributions

When many people think of contributions to free, open source software projects, the immediate image that comes to mind is an individual contributor...
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OpenOffice.org's Community Council Responds to the FSF

The OpenOffice.org community council has posted a response to the Free Software Foundation's alternative extension listing. "The OpenOffice.org Community Council has been asked by the FSF to give the FSF an effective veto over which extensions should be permitted to appear in this repository...
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Too Many Forges, Too Little Time

Back in the day there was one site to host an open source software project, and it was...
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Managing Open Source Risk and Keeping It Legal

From potential issues with licenses to evaluating the future development of a particular project, there are risks to consider before adopting open so...
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Google Summer of Code 2010: Accepted Students Announced

Google has published a list of the 1,025 students accepted for this year's Google Summer of Code (GSoC) event...
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