The OSOR is a platform where public administrations can exchange information and experiences and collaborate in developing free and open source software. The platform has managed to bring together more than '000 such open source software applications in just sixteen months after its launch.The most ...
id Software has habit of releasing their engines as open source, but a statement made by John Carmack, on Twitter, revealed an interesting information.People will remember that id Software was one of the few big game developers that thought about the Linux platform way before there were any hints that the open source platform was a valid business avenue.Now the Steam for Linux is out of the bag, e
British organization Public-i has made its ePetitions software publicly available under European Public License (EUPL) on the Forge page of the Open Source Observatory and Repository Europe (OSOR) information service.
Git, the open source revision control system, is already massively popular among developers. But Perforce, which focuses on software management solutions in both the open source and proprietary worlds, thinks Git can be even better.
Editor’s note: Heather Meeker is a shareholder and chair of the IP/IT Licensing and Transactions Group in the international law firm Greenberg Traurig LLP, and a leading authority on open-source software licensing.
Startups stand on the shoulders of giants, developing proprietary applications on top of a software landscape that heavily leverages open source components.
The KDE Project developers have announced that the final 4.14 version for Applications and Platform has been released and is now available for download. The KDE developers have launched the final version of KDE 4.14, which will soon be replaced by KDE Frameworks 5 and KDE Plasma 5.
Summary: Friends and offsprings of Microsoft keep shopping for some of the pillars of the Open Source community, which also weakens the Free software community
Black Duck, a proprietary software group with Microsoft roots, is slurping up a lot of open source firms, this time Olliance Group. It’s “more of a Black Ostrich [than a duck] given its size,” remarks Dr.