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2,000 GPLv3 projects and counting, finds Palamida

GPLv3 is making steady inroads into the open-source license market. World domination is just around the corner.

By April 1, 2008


If the data is open, is it free game? (Palamida vs. Black Duck)

Is Black Duck stealing from its competitor?

By October 25, 2007


Palamida: Rival snitched open-source database

Palamida accuses rival Black Duck of "blatant plagiarism" of a database of open-source projects. Black Duck says it only used a "small slice."

By October 24, 2007


Palamida paves the way for greater open-source adoption

Palamida is doing a great deal to make open source easier to adopt and develop.

By October 16, 2007


Source scanning start-up Palamida lands $8 million

The company, which has software that scans software to cut down on intellectual property risk, will use cash to fuel expansion.

By June 12, 2006


GPLv3: The pace (and plot) thickens

Palamida reports a 41% increase in GPLv3 uptake over last week's numbers. We're still talking small numbers but growing quickly....

By July 13, 2007


Rivals in open-source purity extend reach

New deals for both Black Duck Software and Palamida, which make sure open-source and proprietary software don't inappropriately mix.

By August 1, 2005


Do you own everything in your software portfolio?

Palamida CEO Mark Tolliver warns that lax procedures are responsible for products that use unauthorized intellectual property.

July 20, 2005


Second start-up tackles open-source hygiene

San Francisco-based Palamida begins selling software aimed at making sure open-source and proprietary software don't intermingle.

By February 14, 2005