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Issue three of the 'International Free and Open Source Software Law Review'

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ifosslr.org: The Editorial Committee is delighted to announce issue three of the 'International Free and Open Source Software Law Review' (IFOSS L. Rev.) is now available.

Open Source: The capitalists' choice

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computerworlduk.com: I often hear people referring to Open Source and Free Software advocates jokingly, or not so jokingly, as "communists" or "hippies". Rubbish!

FSF calls for ACTA fight

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  • Free Software Foundation calls for ACTA fight
  • Stallman and FSF start anti-ACTA campaign
  • Software freetards demand axing of ACTA

The one kind of open source, and the other kind

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  • The one kind of open source, and the other kind
  • Marten Mickos says the cloud won't kill open source
  • Not All Open Source is Created Equal
  • “Not All Open Source is Created Equal” Redux
  • Graham Taylor and Karsten Gerloff on free software/open source in Europe

A Fatal Flaw For Open Source

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  • A Fatal Flaw For Open Source
  • Does Open Source Suffer From A Glass Ceiling?
  • Open Source Software Company Joins Forces with ForgeRock
  • Ready For Open Source WAN Acceleration?
  • How Open Source Can Lead to Improved Management of Customer Data
  • Open Source Software Gaining Acceptance
  • Brazil and India: The Next Generation of Open Source
  • The open source tea party

Anti-FSF stance caused ACCESS to pull Gnome Foundation Funding

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pwnage.ca: Xavier Bestel had made a comment to a gnome member regarding their choice of OS and E-mail client. The person promptly fired back with an anti software freedom tirade and blurted out insider info from ACCESS as to why they pulled out on funding.

Why do FLOSS advocates like Adobe so much?

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blog.flameeyes.eu: I’m not sure how this happens, but I see more and more often FLOSS advocates that support Adobe, and in particular Flash, in almost any context out there, mostly because they are now appearing a lot like an underdog, with Microsoft and Apple picking on them.

A new and better Open Source Initiative

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opensource.org: When I said recently that we still need the Open Source Initiative (OSI), it started a flood of comment. There's no doubt that we need OSI - but we need a better OSI.

freshmeat.net to be closed

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blog.devx.com: Geek.net, the parent company of SourceForge.net, Slashdot.org, ThinkGeek.com, Geek.com, freshmeat.net, and ohloh.net, has told employees that it will be closing freshmeat.net and ohloh.net.

My take on the FSF action against Apple over GNU Go

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  • My take on the FSF action against Apple over GNU Go
  • Apple would rather remove app than leave open-source license
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