The stealth success of PostgreSQL

July 13, 2012
Other open source databases may have more name recognition, but PostgreSQL is seeing strong growth -- as is the company EnterpriseDB, which helps develop it
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The next GPL: Why it's being shaped on GitHub

July 06, 2012
After five years, the open source community is revisiting compromises in GPLv3 -- and using a new medium for the discussion
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Red Hat, the hidden cloud company

June 29, 2012
From Deltacloud to OpenStack to a new public cloud offering, Red Hat is on a mission to accelerate the cloud while keeping it open
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After Oracle, OpenSolaris rises again

June 22, 2012
Oracle tried to kill it, but the former Sun project has emerged from the ashes, nurtured by a crowd of innovative startups
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A new way to end the patent madness

June 15, 2012
Defensive Patent License could make life much less complicated for developers of new technology -- if adoption is widespread
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Open source's unlikely enemy: Your procurement rules

June 08, 2012
Could unbundling indemnity in your procurement process widen your choices and save you money?
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Why the GPL licensing cops are the good guys

June 01, 2012
GPL enforcement by Software Freedom Conservancy puts electronics makers on notice, leaves business users untouched
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Open source celebrates the freedom to leave

May 25, 2012
New survey suggests many are losing patience with vendors touting 'open core' and 'dual license' models that lock in customers
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What's next after GPL and Apache?

May 18, 2012
The trend for commercial open source licensing could be back toward the center, either to MPLv2 or an even better successor
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Open source suites go beyond Microsoft Office

May 11, 2012
Open source desktop productivity suites are experiencing an injection of enthusiasm, as recent burst of news releases confirms
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