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Magazine articles on open source efforts such as Linux and GNU.
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January 1, 2003
Christopher Lindquist
"You Ain't Nothin' but Ogg Vorbis" For Ogg Vorbis to take off in 2003, end users who want to make digital music as cheaply as possible without sacrificing sound quality must spread the word. mark for My Articles 73 similar articles
December 18, 2002
Sam Williams
Radio Free Software Call them hackers of the last computing frontier: The GNU Radio coders believe that any device with a chip should be able to do, well, anything. mark for My Articles 44 similar articles
Linux Journal
January 1, 2003
Lawrence Rosen
Derivative Works Many users of open-source software are frightened by the term "derivative works". They worry they might accidentally create derivative works and put their own proprietary software under an open-source license. This is a complex topic, but here are definitions to ease people's concerns. mark for My Articles 37 similar articles
November 15, 2002
Andrew Leonard
AbiWord up Booms come and busts go, but open-source developers keep improving the alternatives to Microsoft's "standards." mark for My Articles 50 similar articles
November 2002
Almasy, Sleasman & Bower
Software for Building a Full-Featured Discipline-Based Web Portal: The Scout Portal Toolkit The Scout Portal Toolkit is an open source software package with metadata entry and workflow control features that helps users find information by browsing and keyword search. mark for My Articles 151 similar articles
Linux Journal
December 1, 2002
Allen & White
Highly Available LDAP Creating a highly available authentication server using open-source software. mark for My Articles 57 similar articles
New Architect
December 2002
Neil McAllister
Free Enterprise Building business apps on open source databases mark for My Articles 518 similar articles
New Architect
December 2002
Al Williams
Keeping Control Using CVS for Web projects: While earlier version control packages were best suited to traditional software development, CVS provides several useful features that seem tailor-made for the Web. mark for My Articles 64 similar articles
New Architect
November 2002
Thomas Claburn
Catching Mono Miguel de Icaza is the CTO and cofounder of Ximian, a leading open source software and service provider. He's given Linux a leg up onto the desktop. Now, with Mono, he's shepherding the open source flock into Microsoft's .Net. An interview with de Icaza on making a cross-platform .Net. mark for My Articles 267 similar articles
Linux Journal
November 1, 2002
Reuven M. Lerner
At the Forge: OpenACS Packages Using the APM application to install, distribute and remove packages specifically used in database applications mark for My Articles 4 similar articles
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