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- (Humor) The Rosetta Stone of IT Industry Analysts | ZDNet - RT @IIAR: (Humor) The Rosetta Stone of IT Industry Analysts | ZDNet
- The Levelator® from The Conversations Network - Levelator did a nice job of fixing up a podcast I recently recorded with very uneven levels
- Identity Management in Red Hat Enterprise Linux - YouTube - A new (short) video about identity management in Red Hat Enterprise Linux
- The-Cloud-Computing-Debate-Cutting-Through-the-Cloud-Clutter - CA Technologies
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- What's next after GPL and Apache? - "While the newest open source projects such as OpenStack and OpenShift have chosen to use the Apache License, a non-copyleft or "permissive" open source license with good patent protections, I believe in time we will see the licensing trend for new open source projects targeted at commercial collaboration swing back to the center, away from either the GPL or Apache extremities. Until recently, none of the mainstream "center ground" open source licenses has been optimal. These are the Mozilla Public License (MPL -- and its many "vanity name" variants), the Eclipse license, the CDDL (used widely by projects influenced by Sun Microsystems), and of course, the LGPL."
Wednesday, May 23, 2012
Posted by Gordon Haff at 3:57 PM