itworld.com: Michael Hall, former editor of Linux Today, pointed out a blog entry with an interesting take on the recent beating Apple has been taking in the press lately. It was a posting that made me sit back and re-evaluate some of my own views.
- Farewell to Becta
- Becta and school ICT: end of the line for the gravy train?
- Becta: Does it deserve to die?
- Advocates of open source and standards cautiously welcome EU ICT plan
- French Chamber of Commerce selects open source for craftsmen
blogs.wsj.com: The partnership between Sony Corp. and Google Inc. highlights the changes taking place in TV viewing habits, but it is also symbolic of another change: Sony’s stance on open-source technology.
computerworlduk.com: Buying an Open Source solution is becoming much the same as buying a proprietary one...which is a good thing.
daniweb.com: It looks like Yahoo has reinstated the Linux/Open Source link on their Tech News page. Perhaps it was just a fat-fingered mistake or an accident of some sort that the link was removed from the main link bar but it certainly raised my hackles.
infoworld.com: Alfresco, SpringSource, Signavio, and Camunda collaboration born out of ISV weariness of GNU Lesser General Public License
networkworld.com: Open source means different things to different people. Calling something open source doesn't always mean the same thing to everyone. What does it mean to you?
siltala.net: Free software is all about use value. Even as we can celebrate the liberation of our software as free software users, we must nevertheless take a critical look at the use values we are creating, and how we can do better. I think the solution is to commercialize free software more, not less.
networkworld.com: Developers, exercising their legal right specify their own licensing terms, have come up with some pretty whacky stuff. Fact or fiction? Some software is only legal to use after you are dead.