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.
computerworlduk.com: I often hear people referring to Open Source and Free Software advocates jokingly, or not so jokingly, as "communists" or "hippies". Rubbish!
- 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
- 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
- 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
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.
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.
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.
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
- Apple would rather remove app than leave open-source license