Consider this … the stupidest example of law. From the blog post:
French record labels have received the green light to sue four US-based companies that develop P2P applications, including the BitTorrent client Vuze, Limewire and Morpheus. Shareaza is the fourth application, for which the labels are going after the open source development platform SourceForge.
Android is now open source software. Google open the entire source code including network and telephony stacks that were not available previously under a Apache license.
A list of open source project run and controlled by women in various organizations around the world.
Google has removed an open-source project that enables the proprietary CoreAVC high-definition video decoder to run in Linux.
Asus has launched an open-source project for its cheap ASUS Eee laptop PC . You can download SDK and start developing more applications. It is a collection of programming tools, utilities, documentation, and libraries for Asus Linux EEEPc. From the project home page: This is an open-source project for ASUS Eee PC series. It provides […]
I haven’t used Netscape web browser for years it’s sad to see the early internet browser disappear. Netscape Navigator, the world’s first commercial Web browser and the launch pad of the Internet boom, will be pulled off life support Feb. 1 after a 13-year run. Microsoft and its Internet Explorer played a big roll in […]