Should the U.S. Army Have Its Own Open Source License?

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Should the U.S. armed forces begin releasing software under an OSI approved open source license rather than as public domain?

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New Open Source License Compatibility Company Debuts with a Bang

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Finding compatibility issues in open source software is tedious and complex. Roblimo explains why organizations that look for compliance issues are a valuable asset to the FOSS community.

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Why I’m Not a Full-Throttle FOSS Advocate

“Software Freedom” shouldn’t mean “use free software or else.” It should mean you are free to use the software you choose.

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Poverty Helps You Keep Technology Safe and Easy

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In the technology age, there might be some before unknown advantages to living on the bottom rungs of the economic ladder. The question is, do they outweigh the disadvantages.

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Open Source Eye for the Android Guy

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Android may be a free operating system, but unlike GNU/Linux, keeping it free is next to impossible if you want to make it useful.

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