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The GPLv3 march continues, with some notable exceptions this week.
ICINGA has spun off Nagios, which is either a sign of the popular open-source network monitoring tool's strength, or disease.
The right to fork is a cardinal right in open source. Most don't exercise it against themselves, however.
We need to set our sights a little higher as an open-source industry.
The music industry is figuring out how to profit from piracy. Maybe software can do the same with open source.
The fork is very valuable to customers when, as in OpenOffice, its community can't sustain dissension.
TWiki.net demonstrates how to destroy a community--and ruin its commercial prospects in the process.
In a conversation with Don Klaiss, new CEO of Compiere, I gained a new appreciation for Compiere, one of the veterans of the open-source world.