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Compiere: on the road to resurgence

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.

By August 3, 2007


Compiere loses open-source executive to Jive

Dawn Foster leaves one open-source company to lead developer relations at another, Jive.

By April 20, 2007


Larry Ellison is so cuddly, everyone wants to squeeze him

Compiere has a new CEO, and he's shaking things up. Here's how.

By July 24, 2007


GPLv3 report: 21% increase, but some notable exceptions

The GPLv3 march continues, with some notable exceptions this week.

By July 23, 2007


Event: Using Open Source Software Without Jeopardizing IP & Revenue

The IP and legal aspects of open source are not to be trifled with. This virtual seminar should provide some good information for those interested.

By June 5, 2008


Gasp! Open-source interoperability group finds that interop is customers' #1 concern

Interoperability is important, but not between open-source vendors.

By December 12, 2007


Open-source working as advertised: ICINGA forks Nagios

ICINGA has spun off Nagios, which is either a sign of the popular open-source network monitoring tool's strength, or disease.

By May 6, 2009


2009 the year for open-source ERP?

The tough global economy may finally offer vendors of open-source software for enterprise resource planning the chance to demonstrate their value.

By January 27, 2009


Best enterprise open-source applications announced

Open-source software continues to get better and better, and InfoWorld has identified some of the best enterprise-class software out there.

By August 4, 2008


MySQL forks itself with Drizzle

The right to fork is a cardinal right in open source. Most don't exercise it against themselves, however.

By July 23, 2008