The 2009 SourceForge.net Community Choice Awards nominations process just opened, with some interesting new categories.
SourceForge just went live with its Marketplace. Why, this is cool.
Hosted collaborative development tool company CollabNet buys SourceForge Enterprise Edition software from VA Software.
Microsoft's decision to open-source more of its .Net platform didn't happen overnight, or even in the past few weeks. It was a move years in the making.
The company's "Four Screens to Victory" effort makes the case that the TV screen is decreasing in importance for political campaigns as people surf Internet screens -- phones, tablets, and PCs -- for information on candidates and issues.
Sourceforge.net has some great new categories for its Awards, with an open way of selecting the participants.
SourceForge has been on a roll lately, improving services and now acquiring Ohloh, which promises to make the company more relevant to software developers their employers.
The company has a service for hosting applications, but it's one that could benefit from expansion to commercial open-source applications.
SourceForge wasn't a very good software company, but it's proving to be a competent media company.
Forge.mil enables Defense Department employees to collaborate on open-source software, a major shift in government adoption of open source.