When you are an open source leech you should probably avoid calling other people names.
The Time Warner unit just missed a big opportunity--to make AIM the default messaging platform for enterprises and consumers, Matt Asay writes.
Funding would add to earlier investments in FM of an estimated $4.5 million from JPMorgan Partners, The New York Times, and the Omidyar Network, among others.
What happens when you ask open-source developers about their work? They're hyper-critical. Here's why.
A nice review of the activities in South America pertaining to open source
There's a new open source blog. Who cares?
Welcome to the party OStatic!
Recent research suggests that much of the core development work on open-source projects is done by paid developers. Is this a bad thing?
OStatic joins the GigaOm blog network to cover open source software. OStatic also includes a directory of open-source applications and question-and-answer forum.
Funambol is sitting on a gold mine.