The San Francisco-based startup that's caught the eyes of VCs, to the tune of $181.2 million invested in less than a year, is also licensing its platform under the fauxpen source Elastic License.
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The PHP Foundation is an effort by 10 key PHP vendors to assure adequate funding to keep the popular scripting language viable.
Free end-to-end encrypted email for open source devs at projects that have been around for at least a month.
While working at home instead of behind a desk in a crowded office building is new to many tech workers, it's business as usual for most of us working in the FOSS world.
Would you like to give Linux a boost by contributing your coding skills in the service of a GNU project? Here’s a partial list of some projects that are looking for a little help.
While the GNU Project does have some high priority areas that need help, there are currently a list of GNU packages that are needing immediate assistance in keep them maintained. This article is going to cover a little about the purpose of each project, what makes up the project and how to get in touch with that project. I’m only going to touch on half the list this week and cover the rest of the list in the next article. I’m hoping that by writing about these packages, people will be able to contribute some much needed help.
While watching this video called “Why Is Open Source Important to Us,” we suddenly found ourselves wondering why it’s important to you.
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Interesting comments from people working the open source way at Liferay.
Liferay is a CMS used for intranets, portals, etc.
“Anytime I want to learn something new, open source actually makes that available to you… By contributing, you put yourself out there and you give other people the opportunity to help you grow…”
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