Should the U.S. armed forces begin releasing software under an OSI approved open source license rather than as public domain?
This question has generated many pixels’ worth of traffic on […]
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Is it “organic,” or just merely “natural?” Is it really “open source hardware,” or merely hardware with a degree of openess? David Jones explains the problem in identifying which is which and who is whom. […]
Continue reading Just Because It Says ‘Open Source Hardware’ Doesn’t Mean It Really Is
Also included: Japanese company reportedly buying ARM, Flash is on it’s way out the door and Toyota joins the Open Invention Network
FOSS Week in Review
Here in the U.S., the big news […]
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It’s easy to be tempted to draw a parallel between the recent fork of ownCloud by Nextcloud and The Document Foundation’s fork of OpenOffice six years ago. Slight differences are there, but they’re probably meaningless. […]
Continue reading LibreOffice and Nextcloud: It’s Almost Deja vu All Over Again