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    The European Union funded FLOSSCom research project is investigating Free / Libre Open Source software…

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    It was an overwhelming surprise to hear the Ghanaian minister of Communications – Mike Oquaye,…

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  • Open Source as an input

    There’s a Slashdot story today on Tech Sector Expansion Blunting U.S. Job Outsourcing. This is…

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  • Open Source Licensing and Governance

    Earlier this year, arguments and debates raged about whether the open source model was doomed to fail in the 21st century economics of Software As A Service (SAAS). One thread of these discussions centered around the creation of a new type of license that could effectively preserve source code availability and author attribution while denying licensees some of the freedoms enjoyed by the authors, particularly the freedom to present a user interface distinct from so-called attribution.