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  • Memray project showcases why Bloomberg is an ‘open source first’ company

    Memray project showcases why Bloomberg is an ‘open source first’ company

    What might not be as well-known are Bloomberg’s contributions to open source software, both as a driver for its own technology and application infrastructure, as well as developing enterprise-scale tools for the broader open source community.

  • Exploring the future of Open Source

    As the steward of the Open Source Definition, the OSI needs to understand all the…

  • Join upcoming hackathon “Get plugged into education!” with Moodle

    Join upcoming hackathon “Get plugged into education!” with Moodle

    ‘Get plugged into education!’ with Moodle will be the first project in a series of hackathons part of a joint initiative launched by The United Nations Office of Information and Communications Technology (OICT) and the Directorate-General for Informatics of European Commission (DG DIGIT).

  • Publicplan: Why we support the OSI

    Publicplan: Why we support the OSI

    Since its founding, publicplan has been committed to the concept of open source software. For us, there is no greater good than free information.

  • GNOME patent troll stripped of patent rights

    GNOME patent troll stripped of patent rights

    A recent decision at the US patent office may well give patent trolls cause to steer clear of open source projects – even more than the fierce resistance the community impressively funded and mounted in the GNOME case.

  • A win for open is a win for all: Interview with The Open Organization

    A win for open is a win for all: Interview with The Open Organization

    We spoke with Bryan Behrenshausen, Community Architect for the Open Organization in the Open Source Program Office at Red Hat, about this inspiring project and get his perspective on all things open source.