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New LGPL draft expected in June

By February 14, 2006


Sun seeks patent protection for OpenOffice with LGPLv3

So now OpenOffice is LGPLv3. Will it do any good?

By March 8, 2008


Nokia updates Qt open-source developer platform

The cell phone maker is updating the Qt development platform and adding open-source license options. Go write some cross-platform code.

By March 3, 2009


Autodesk geography tool goes open source

Developing mapping software? Autodesk plans to release a handy coordinate conversion tool as open-source software.

By September 25, 2007


Sun releases cool PDF renderer/viewer

Sun gets more open source, this time with PDF.

By December 16, 2007


Free as in freedom, not free as in theft

Proprietary vendors are apparently stealing open-source software. Are you surprised?

By August 30, 2007


The ExtJS debacle: What should its licensing strategy be?

GPL'ing your core is a good way to protect the core and of monetizing a decent slice of your adoption. But it's better utilized when a project is a bit further along, and it's arguably not a great model for software that will generally have the most valu

By April 29, 2008


Mr. DisplayLink goes to Linux

Today, DisplayLink announced it is planning to bring its technology to Linux.

By May 15, 2009


GPLv3 up 19% over last week

GPLv3 adoptions continue to rise.

By September 5, 2007


GPLv3 report: 30% increase with Sugar on top

GPLv3 continues to barrel forward. Here's the report.

By July 30, 2007