networkworld.com: You chose the "Free beer" giving up the "Free of speech" and that disappoints me very much since it has to do with the genuinity implementation of your own presented ideas.
networkworld.com: There was a time not that long ago when one of the knocks on open source was that it was not scalable or "tough enough" for the biggest most demanding jobs. That attitude has really been stood on its head recently.
theregister.co.uk: Google has open sourced a framework for realtime video and audio inside the browser. Known as WebRTC, the framework is based on technology the company acquired with its $68.2 million purchase of Global IP Solutions (GIPS) last year.
blog.lpi.org: Recently a person was writing a paper and they used the term “FLOSS” (meaning Free and Li[bv]re Open Source Software) instead of “FOSS” (meaning Free and Open Source Software). This caused issues.
theregister.co.uk: For years, open-source advocates – including me – have demanded greater open-source contributions from the world's largest beneficiaries, from Google to Morgan Stanley and the US Department of Defense. Now Amazon is on the firing line for not giving back commensurate with the benefits it receives from various open-source communities, and the thinking behind the arguments are as wrong-headed as they ever were.
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southbury.patch.com: Libraries in this region and across Connecticut that belong to a state consortium will be changing over to a new software system during the Memorial Day weekend in what is considered one of the largest library system migration of its kind in the state.
darkduck.com: Linux is famous for its freedom. Freedom is in its blood, to be precise - in its license. There are 2 types of free things which are usually considered: 1. Free as beer. Linux OS costs you nothing to license. 2. Free as freedom. Linux OS can be modified by yourself any way you like.
newsmaker.com.au: Australia’s Open Source Industry Association (OSIA) will be showcasing lead examples of “open source in action” at this week’s CeBit conference in Sydney. The OSIA stand N04 will display a selection of local open source solutions and is highlighting three member companies: