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Magazine articles on open source efforts such as Linux and GNU.
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Linux Journal
November 1, 2002
Lawrence Rosen
Why We Still Oppose UCITA The author believes that it will be important to start afresh with UCITA and consider the new environment in which open-source software competes against proprietary, closed software marketed by wealthy companies. mark for My Articles 44 similar articles
Information Today
October 2002
Marshall Breeding
An Update on Open Source ILS These integrated library systems could soon offer a viable alternative to commercial products. mark for My Articles 567 similar articles
September 2002
Erik Swenson
Reports made easy with JasperReports In the past, report generation has largely been the domain of large commercial products such as Crystal Reports. Today, the open source JasperReports report generating library gives Java developers a viable alternative to commercial software. mark for My Articles 3 similar articles
Bio-IT World
September 9, 2002
Jim Gatto
Open Source: Not Yet a Closed Case Biotech companies should weigh both the benefits and risks before choosing open source software. mark for My Articles 325 similar articles
Information Today
July 29, 2002
Richard W. Wiggins
Liberty Alliance Releases Initial Specifications The Liberty Alliance Project, a consortium of technology firms, credit card providers, and merchants, has released the initial specifications for its "federated" scheme to simplify transactions among consumers and vendors. mark for My Articles 86 similar articles
Linux Journal
September 1, 2002
Lawrence Rosen
Geek Law: Allocation of the Risks Make sure software licensors actually own all the copyrights they're making you license. mark for My Articles 126 similar articles
T.H.E. Journal
August 2002
Anne Kim
Open Source Presents Benefits to Educators Cash-strapped educators may find some relief in their technology budgets if open source continues to make headway. More importantly, they may also find a new and improved way to teach. mark for My Articles 153 similar articles
August 8, 2002
Farhad Manjoo
Gnutella bandwidth bandits The file-trading network's developers are discovering that even their wide-open, free-for-all technology might need a little policing. mark for My Articles 33 similar articles
July 31, 2002
Sam Williams
"Same job. Different cubicle" With the promise of stock riches now a distant dream, VA Linux's former programmers keep the open-source faith. mark for My Articles 882 similar articles
Linux Journal
August 1, 2002
Henry W. Jones, III
How a Poor Contract Sunk an Open-Source Deal Why the Progress and NuSphere vs. MySQL AB litigation is about sloppy deal making, not open-source integrity. mark for My Articles 40 similar articles
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