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The Palmetto Open Source Software Conference is coming

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  • Italian Court OKs Preference for Open Source
  • CH: School IT agency recommends switching to open source

The GPLv3 in Plain English – The Parts Microsoft Worries About

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fsckin.com: Awhile back I read the small print about Microsoft’s Moonlight software distribution. It specifically mentions the stuff they don’t like about the GPLv3. Interesting. Let’s see what they are worried about.

A community of FOSS lawyers?

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opensource.com: There is a fairly common perception among FOSS hackers that there is no community of FOSS lawyers. Scratch the surface, though, and it turns out that- despite our handicaps- the FOSS legal community is there and growing.

Open Source and Open Standards under Threat in Europe

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computerworlduk.com: Open source is under attack in Europe. Not openly or obviously, but in the background, behind closed doors.

Tony Wasserman's thoughts on joining the OSI Board

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opensource.org: As a new member of the Board (as of 1 April), I thought that it would be useful to explain why I wanted to join the OSI Board and what I hope to achieve during my term.

Microsoft Extends Commitment to Open Source?

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Making Sense of Open Source Diversity

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itworld.com: Open source needs an app store. No, I am not crazy. Well, not about this, anyway.

Why Open Source Rules for Collaboration Software

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linuxinsider.com: The category of collaboration software is growing and changing quickly, encompassing fields like CRM dashboards, enterprise intelligence and analytics. In this category, the very nature of open source software gives it a clear advantage.

LibrePlanet 2010 Completes Its Orbit

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ebb.org/bkuhn/blog: Seven and a half years ago, I got this idea: the membership of the Free Software Foundation should have a chance to get together every year and learn about what the FSF has been doing for the last year.

More successful open source startups needed

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infoworld.com: Open source is no longer considered the wild underdog, but it will need more new companies making money off the trend, the one-time CEO of MySQL stressed Wednesday at the EclipseCon 2010 conference.

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