opensource.com: I love listening to open source gurus explain open source to those who have never encountered it, and especially to those with little computing background.
- BOOM! BOOM! Out Go The Lights on Oracle v Google
- Ah! The Morning After...
- Roundup: Oracle API Claims Defeated
zdnet.com: Microsoft has come a long way in its acceptance of open source. And its motto doesn’t seem to be (this time) to embrace and extinguish.
infoworld.com: The trend for commercial open source licensing could be back toward the center, either to MPLv2 or an even better successor
ostatic.com: Richard Stallman, founder of the Free Software Foundation and all around controversial guy, was forced to cancel an appearance to be rushed to the hospital today.
thevarguy.com: So whatever happened to each of the 50 companies in that annual list? Some are dead, some are thriving, and many have repositioned for cloud computing,
infoworld.com: A debate has raged for months about open source licensing trends. It all started with assertions that the GNU General Public License (GPL) is rapidly falling from favor as an open source license, replaced largely by the Apache License. Free software advocates couldn't disagree more.
- The role of critics in FOSS development
- With leaders like these, Free Software will never win
- Design in the FOSS world
- Naming names
zdnet.com: A Forrester analyst warns that enterprises must evolve their IT systems of record into systems of engagement which allow customers, partners, suppliers and machines to engage seamlessly with corporate data — or fall prey to digital upstarts.