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Fits and starts for open source

Sun offers up source code via GlassFish project but falls short of its stated goal. Also: Celtix debuts.

Sun offers up source code via GlassFish project but falls short of its stated goal. Also: Open source continues its encroachment into server software.

Sun tries sharing Java again; still not open source

"GlassFish" lets outsiders tinker with Java server source code but stops well short of making it actual open-source software.
June 21, 2005

South Korea brings open source to schools

New Education Information System will be set up in 10,000 schools. Not a snub to Microsoft, official says.
June 21, 2005

Fedora: Still Red Hat's baby

blog A few days later after announcing the Fedora Foundation, Red Hat remains in the driver's seat.
June 21, 2005

Open source progresses into back-end integration

Celtix project, started by Iona and hosted by ObjectWeb, will create freely available, Java standards-based integration server.
June 20, 2005

previous coverage

Gentoo Linux founder to 'educate' Microsoft

Software giant hires a key figure behind the popular Linux distribution to teach its in-house developers about open source.
June 16, 2005

Sun modernizing Solaris start-up process

Revamped approach will be faster and more useful on a wide variety of computers, company promises.
June 15, 2005

Sun has second thoughts about Linux on Solaris

Downplays feature designed to let Linux apps run on Solaris. Instead emphasizes related open-source alternative called Xen.
June 15, 2005

Microsoft looks to extinguish LAMP

Software behemoth faces challenge in corporate arena from cut-rate open-source combo.
June 15, 2005

Solaris engineers offer personal source-code tours

Sun chose the human touch when it introduced more than 5 million lines of Solaris source code onto the Net.
June 14, 2005

Open-source LAMP a beacon to developers

Companies that thrive on Linux, Apache, MySQL and related software band together to better support corporate customers.
June 14, 2005

Sun begins open-source Solaris era

Company posts more than 5 million lines of source code for the operating system's heart in an effort to regain lost ground.
June 13, 2005