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Erika Morphy
Sun Opens Darkstar to Win Over Online Game Developers
03/10/07 4:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 809 Words

The source code for Project Darkstar will become available under a GPL (general public license) in the coming months, the company stated, promising to release further details at its JavaOne Conference in May.

Sun also unveiled Darkstar Playground, a venue...

Rob Enderle
Microsoft's Unix, Dell's Linux, and a Virus Warning: Get Infected, Get Fired
03/19/07 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1664 Words

Granted, a lot of folks are increasingly having problems with the GPL (General Public License), but we'll leave that for another time.

What if Microsoft bought SCO, shut down all of the litigation, and brought out its version of Unix targeted at...

Chris Maxcer
Linux Foundation Announces Diverse Board of Directors
03/28/07 7:52 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1256 Words

The Linux Foundation announced on Tuesday its new board of directors, all of whom were chosen to represent the key...

Chris Maxcer
Sun's JavaFX Enters Apollo, Silverlight Footrace
05/08/07 1:56 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 594 Words

Sun Microsystems is previewing a new family of Java-based solutions for creating and deploying rich Internet applications (RIA) for use...

Rob Enderle
Apple's Intel Sticker Mystery, SCO's Impact, Product of the Week
08/20/07 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1714 Words

SCO's actions forced people to look at uncomfortable topics like IP (Intellectual Property) protection early, and allowed firms to better understand the advantages and disadvantages of the GPL (GNU General Public License) leading to better decisions and better protected decision makers.


Keith Regan
Sun Hits Street With New JAVA Ticker
08/24/07 10:04 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 687 Words

Highlighting Its Development Role
The move might indicate Sun wants to find ways to better monetize its role in developing Java, but the company has only increased its commitment to making Java widely available, recently releasing more than 6 million lines of code under the open source GPL ...

Chris Maxcer
Organizing a Personal Media Library, Part 1: Getting It
09/14/07 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1467 Words

Few intrepid souls dare tread into the deep archives of amassing an organized and useful personal digital media library. There are...

Nancy Cohen
New Data Storage Method: Cut It to Pieces
10/16/07 4:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 544 Words

If Chris Gladwin has his way, how health, research, oil, multimedia and other companies with heavy storage demands choose to store...

Dana Gardner
Systems Analysis Tools for an On-Demand World
12/11/07 4:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 943 Words

The hot (albeit not necessarily sexy) segment of IT operations -- the analysis and intelligence-gathering from logs and performance management data...

Katherine Noyes
Sun Opens T2 Processor to Spur Developer Interest
12/11/07 2:58 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 836 Words

Sun Microsystems on Tuesday made good on its promise to deliver its OpenSPARC T2 register transfer level (RTL) processor design...

Erika Morphy
SugarCRM CEO John Roberts: On-Demand Dynamics Are Changing
12/28/07 4:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 730 Words

Right now, we are using the GPL version 3, which is one of the best licenses out there.

But there are other reasons too. The CRM space is at an inflection point. People now understand sales force automation and marketing automation are...

Jack M. Germain
HP Unveils Three-Pronged FOSS Governance Initiative
01/24/08 4:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 900 Words

HP announced Thursday a three-part software governance initiative to help companies address the legal, financial and security demands associated with...

Katherine Noyes
Pondering the Reiser Fallout
05/05/08 4:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 978 Words

After the exuberance that followed Hardy Heron's landing not long ago, the mood on the Linux blogs shifted considerably last week...

Dana Gardner
Apache CXF: All Grown Up
06/13/08 4:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1325 Words

The Apache license is a little easier for commercial vendors to digest, modify and add in, compared to the GPL (General Public License), but also I think it's the inherent nature of the underlying infrastructure technologies.

When you deploy an application, especially...

Jack M. Germain
Tooling Around With Ajax
06/29/08 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 902 Words

License: MIT and GPL

Support: Online forums, blogs

MooTools 1.11 : MooTools is a compact, modular, object-oriented JavaScript framework designed for the intermediate to advanced JavaScript developer. Use it to write flexible, cross-browser code.

License: MIT

Support: Online...

Katherine Noyes
Linux Gains Flash, Ubuntu Gains Wikipedia - but Can They Change the World?
10/20/08 4:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1022 Words

But because of the GPL , BSD, MIT and other open source licenses, I can."

Now that, dear readers, is something to brag about! To learn more, visit the project's site...

Katherine Noyes
On Holidays, Hot Air and the 7 Horrors of Linux
12/01/08 4:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1574 Words

The GPL is, in fact, "very simple," Pogson told LinuxInsider. "Use, examine, modify, distribute the same way you got it. Wonderful. Compare that with Microsoft's EULA and myriad versions of licensing and tell me with a straight face that GNU/Linux is difficult."...

Katherine Noyes
A Teacher's Misguided Linux Rant and the Equally Misguided Response
12/15/08 4:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1998 Words

If they knew that much about Linux, they knew about GPL and open source . It doesn't pass the smell test."

'Comically Ignorant'
Similarly, "when I first read this exchange, I thought it was an Onion-style parody -- the aggressive...

Jeremiah T. Gray
Note to Obama: Consider the Open Source Way
12/16/08 4:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 762 Words

Defining Open Source
First of all, we know that open source is an umbrella term that doesn't necessarily mean free software, but because Linux is the most common platform for open source software and the GPL is the most common...

Katherine Noyes
It's OK to Love Linux - Just Don't Looooooooooove Linux
02/12/09 4:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1162 Words

'I Can Make It Do Anything'
The GPL "isn't about trying to force anyone to do anything your way; it's about not letting people who don't want to play by your rules use your equipment," drinkypoo told LinuxInsider. "The BSD...

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