Topic: open source

Open-source Outercurve Foundation makes changes

Group expands size of board and offers indemnification to project contributors to try to grow project galleries … continue reading

The FSF pushes free (as in speech) hardware

Software for building open, freedom-preserving hardware devices already exists, says the FSF … continue reading

Integration Watch: The myth of open-source forking

Forking is talked about a lot, but in truth there are rarely enough resources and open-source developers to make them work … continue reading

A fast start for an open-source cloud

Three developers from the OpenStack project talk about its already-thriving community and what it plans to do next … continue reading

From the Editors: Keeping Sun’s open-source software open

Oracle’s lawsuit against Google over Java is very troubling; the future of multicore development looks bright now … continue reading

Breaking down barriers for women in open source

The Free Software Foundation recommends mentoring and greater recruitment will get more women involved … continue reading

Illumos spoons OpenSolaris

The newly announced project is seeks to open up OpenSolaris, making a fork of the codebase possible … continue reading

Windows & .NET Watch: A distraction into optimization

Larry O’Brien’s quest to fix his star-capturing camera leads him to multithreading and open-source wrangling … continue reading

Integration Watch: Are open-source foundations still relevant?

Organizations like Apache and the FSF no longer push the relevant open-source projects as others do today … continue reading

Guest View: A litmus test for an open-source company

WSO2’s Paul Fremantle goes over some steps your open-source company can take to maintain profitability … continue reading

From the Editors: OSGi is too complex

OSGi’s benefits do not outweigh the complexity it creates for enterprises; open source should be funded any way possible … continue reading

Sonic ESB embraces open-source frameworks, services

Progress uses POJOs as its default programming model and includes native support for the Spring Framework … continue reading

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