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Magazine articles on open source efforts such as Linux and GNU.
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InternetNews
January 30, 2004
Alexander Wolfe
Q&A: Open-Source Guru Eric Raymond The president of the Open Source Initiative talks with the author about lots more than Linux and open source. mark for My Articles 291 similar articles
InternetNews
January 30, 2004
Clint Boulton
Dawn of the New Eclipse Despite IBM's imminent recession into the background of Eclipse as the open-source consortium prepares to become a foundation, Sun has advice for the leaders. mark for My Articles 327 similar articles
InternetNews
January 23, 2004
Sean Michael Kerner
GPL Awaits Test in SCO Group/IBM Dispute Is the GNU General Public License unconstitutional? mark for My Articles 355 similar articles
InternetNews
January 22, 2004
Alexander Wolfe
Microsoft Pledges to Play Nicer With Linux A kinder, gentler Microsoft has come to the LinuxWorld Expo and Conference with a pledge to bury at least some of the hatchet with the open source community. mark for My Articles 993 similar articles
InternetNews
January 22, 2004
Alexander Wolfe
Perens: New Patent-Suit Threats Poised to Strike Open source guru Bruce Perens looks beyond the SCO Group suit over Linux and sees other problems looming. mark for My Articles 907 similar articles
BusinessWeek
January 12, 2004
Bruce Einhorn
Asia Loves Linux -- And Microsoft Scrambles Cost, adaptability, and security concerns have more IT managers ditching Windows for open-source software. mark for My Articles 1268 similar articles
InternetNews
January 2, 2004
Susan Kuchinskas
The Open-Sourcing of Cobalt Is Sun's release of code for its defunct Cobalt line a gift to the open source community, or a responsibility-dump? mark for My Articles 250 similar articles
Linux Journal
January 1, 2004
Reuven Lerner
At the Forge - Publishing with Bricolage Streamline your Web site with a professional newspaper-like publishing model. With open-source CMS Bricolage, you can set up approvals and keep track of who's editing what. mark for My Articles 12 similar articles
InternetNews
January 1, 2004
Sean Michael Kerner
OpenOffice Finds Sweet Spot with Governments Following a trend by foreign administrations, the Israeli government this week suspended its acquisitions of new computer software from Microsoft. Several government agencies have turned to OpenOffice.org as an alternative to Microsoft due to cost and proprietary file formats. mark for My Articles 34 similar articles
InternetNews
December 29, 2003
Sean Michael Kerner
Open Source Part of Clark Campaign's 'Platform' Tech volunteers for Democratic presidential hopeful Wesley Clark will release open source applications this week as politics and the Internet continue to grow. mark for My Articles 33 similar articles
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