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Magazine articles on open source efforts such as Linux and GNU.
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Linux Journal
May 1, 2002
Don Marti & Richard Vernon
Interview with Ted Ts'o Ted discusses his work on the Linux kernel, Linux International, Linux Standard Base and other areas of the Open Source community... mark for My Articles 1525 similar articles
Linux Journal
May 1, 2002
Lawrence Rosen
The Role of Standards in Open Source And, on how new standards are often compatible with free and open-source licensing... mark for My Articles 858 similar articles
PC World
April 15, 2002
Todd R. Weiss
Mozilla Browser Moves Closer to Release Version 1.0 of the open-source browser is coming soon, after more than four years in development... mark for My Articles 676 similar articles
April 2002
Robert McMillan
The open road ahead Apache will now become a more active participant in the Java standardization process. But does this make Java open enough for the rest of the open source world? What exactly has changed in the Java Commuity Process, and what kind of impact will these changes have on the broader Java community? mark for My Articles 747 similar articles
April 2, 2002
Andrew Leonard
Code free or die A new biography of Richard Stallman looks at how the free software mastermind got to be so single-mindedly stubborn... mark for My Articles 21 similar articles
March 27, 2002
Bill Lamb
Pretty geeky privacy More and more people want powerful, easy-to-use encryption software, but the commercial world isn't providing it. Can open source deliver? mark for My Articles 44 similar articles
March 12, 2002
Andrew Leonard
Mozilla's revenge As the much-touted, long-delayed open-source browser nears the version 1.0 finish line, it may give AOL a new weapon against Microsoft... mark for My Articles 583 similar articles
March 6, 2002
Damien Cave
Stop. Pay toll. Download. Backers of a next-generation multimedia compression technology want to charge a controversial fee -- but instead their plan is fanning interest in free, open-source alternatives... mark for My Articles 48 similar articles
February 2002
Will Big Blue eclipse the Java tools market? IBM and Sun Microsystems have recently traded blows in the press about their respective open source Java projects: Eclipse and NetBeans. Why do these billion-dollar companies care so much about free software? mark for My Articles 806 similar articles
Linux Journal
February 1, 2002
Ben Collins-Sussman
The Subversion Project: Buiding a Better CVS This open-source project aims to produce a compelling replacement for the Concurrent Versions System (CVS)... mark for My Articles 23 similar articles
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