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Google shows off service improvements and a number of new tools for developers.
The mobile development industry is expecting more Android-related announcements during the ongoing I/O event.
Lodsys has filed five new lawsuits.
Kindle Fire owners now haven 'tens of millions' of dollars to spend on Android apps.
Crocodoc offers a cloud computing service that turns business documents into HTML5.
The developers who created the course want to show elementary teachers how easy it is to teach programming.
But the world's largest software developer believes SaaS is the wave of the future.
It's the first time the cloud storage service has held this sort of developer event.
Does the company plan to release the Kindle Fire in the Chinese market?
Web developers who use the Adobe tools will have to purchase a Creative Cloud subscription.
As usual, the company is planning a big giveaway for the lucky customer who helps it pass the milestone.
It just got a little easier to sell Android apps for Barnes & Noble's mobile devices.
First, don't panic.
Ads on the social network are having a big effect on the mobile development industry.
Yes, even router manufacturers are getting into the app game.
The development conference will feature just one keynote address.
Google is hoping to encourage more developers to write apps for Glass.
Parse makes cross-platform mobile development tools.
The company is pushing mobile development firms to create more tablet apps.
The startup provides an alternative to Google's Code Search tool.
Users have downloaded apps from the App Store 45 billion times.
The Keon and Peak sold out almost as soon as they went on sale.
Development for Windows Phone and Windows could soon be more closely aligned.
Security concerns and slow Project Lambda progress are pushing the release back.
The social network claims it is now a "mobile first" development platform.
Mobile development firms can begin submitting localized apps.
The video streaming service will soon abandon Silverlight.
The biggest surprise is that Google's hasn't provided a way for developers to monetize their apps.
The company is beginning to promote its mobile OS.
Nearly 80 percent of programmers belong to at least one company's developer program.
10X Management helps freelance coders get better gigs.
Apple also rolled out a Chinese Support Communities forum.
The new venture capital group is a collaboration among Google Ventures, Andreessen Horowitz and Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers.
Java and C are nearly tied for the top spot on the programming language popularity index.
Experts say the language could use better parallelism and struct-like features.
Other apps may face the same fate as AppGratis.
The Android app store has a new design and a streamlined checkout process.
Apple's cloud computing APIs don't "just work."
Facebook says the new service will improve app discovery. Developers aren't so sure.
The open source project will be part of Chromium.
The language is called Rust, and the browser engine is called Servo.
The move is aimed at helping parents police their children's app use.
Part of the sudden increase is due to a change in the way Google counts users.
The company is also updating modern.IE.
The chip maker wants to help developers "take applications in new directions."
The analytics firms said developers should concentrate on apps for medium-sized smartphones and full-sized tablets.
In the U.S., 76 percent of iPhone revenue comes from in-app purchases.
The annual development conference will be held at the Moscone Center.
The firm isn't giving away many details about what will happen.
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Attendees will get free smartphones.
A joke about a dongle—and the reaction—causes two people to lose their jobs.
Analysts are not impressed with Microsoft's plan to pay $100 per app.
The social network has blocked quite a few apps since the beginning of the year.
The Moscone Center, the usual venue for the developer's conference, is booked the rest of the month.
The company still hasn't announced when it will release an update to its mobile OS.
The company thinks developers will move towards HTML5 as a way to create cross-platform apps.
The company's Dexter tool aims to make security analysis easier.
The company wants to encourage developers to build apps for its wearable computer.
The social network is moving away from games and courting a new type of developer.
Now outside developers can more easily contribute to the open source PaaS.
Apple asks a judge to dismiss a case that accuses it of anti-competitive behavior.
Only a few kinds of apps can get away with charging iOS's highest price.
Less than 5 percent of the top 250 mobile app developers are newcomers.
These colleges and universities have excellent computer science programs.
The research firm says Android will dominate smartphone downloads, but not tablet downloads.
Simple Queue Service (SQS) and Simple Notification Service (SNS) are getting cheaper.
82 percent said they couldn't go without apps for a single day.
12,000 developers have been working on apps for the gesture control device.
A new five-minute video encourages everyone to learn to code.
New tools allow devs to use Google+ authentication for their Web and mobile apps.
Mozilla's mobile operating system offers an alternative to Android and iOS.
AppMobi will focus on its cloud computing tools.
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By the end of February, there will be more smartphones and tablets in China than in the U.S.
Google has held two "Glass Foundries" and plans to hold one more.
Canonical plans to publish tools for running Ubuntu on smartphones on Feb 21.
Programmers say Photoshop 1.0 is like an object lesson in how to write elegant code.
In-app video could represent an opportunity for the mobile development industry.
An Australian developer says Google provides him the name, suburb and email address for everyone who buys his app.
The tool can help mobile development firms diagnose app bugs.
The relatives of Joannes Jozef Everardus Van Der Meer are suing Facebook for patent infringement.
Android's success has been good for the programming language.
The new charts could prompt the mobile development industry to pay more attention to energy and data consumption.
The change could result in more usage of apps written for Google's cloud computing platform.
What happens when you teach kids to code? They try to steal virtual currency.
Over time, the developers' cut will eventually drop to 70%, as in other app stores.
The company says the new tool will make life easier for mobile development firms.
The new app will feature video tutorials, news and other Facebook development resources.
Amazon Coins will launch in May.
The company hints that it's adding new payment methods.
A Star Trek app is the first to advertise the new App Store feature.
But the App Store still brings in more than three times as much revenue.
Price increases don't have as much impact on sales.
The purchase looks like an "acquihire."
A report says that developers who target multiple platforms earn the most.
Many users were inadvertently publishing their private encryption keys.
NASA, the Census Bureau and the Department of Labor have issued coding challenges.
Many have been burned by bad experiences with past managers.
The firm added 19,000 more BB10 apps last weekend.
Enterprise application development teams are coming to realize that mobile development is vastly different than creating desktop apps.
A rise in mobile development is fueling the popularity of certain programming languages, including Objective-C.
The open source tool helps route bug reports to the appropriate developer.
The industry group just passed its first anniversary.
The invitation promises hands-on use of the device.
The tool enables development of voice-controlled Web apps.
RIM paid devs up to $2,000 and gave away prizes to those who ported their apps to its mobile platform.
Average salary is $94,381.
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The state AG encourages mobile development firms to avoid collecting personally identifiable information.
Pirates are porting Android apps to RIM's app store without developer permission.
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Big data is in the top ten for the first time ever.
Mobile marketing costs had been dropping for several months.
Total apps for the platform doubled during the year.
December 25 also saw a huge surge in smartphone and tablet activations.
Many of the Expression tools for Web development will be integrated into Visual Studio.
Mobile development firms published 339,160 new iOS apps this year.
Leap Motion plans to release its device to consumers early next year.
Before HTML5 can become an official standard, it must go through a testing phase.
82 percent of devs said HTML5 is important.
The Pi Store currently has 23 titles.
A blogger demonstrates how to get in-app purchases for free, remove ads from apps and turn trial versions into full versions.
Xamarin.Mac starts at $399.
A majority of mobile development professionals say Apple makes their lives more difficult.
The company wants to provide an alternative to open source tools.
Microsoft wants to negotiate on App Store fees; Apple says no.
RIM has released the final update to the development tools for its new operating system.
The agency wants the mobile development industry to "do a better job."
The new release offers better performance and support for Java 8.
These are the events where you are most likely to meet other developers.
China is becoming increasingly important to the company's plans.
The Android app store now offers private app store hosting for enterprises.
More than half use open source operating systems like Linux.
When Apple launches new products, it's always good news for mobile developers.
Bloggers argue that piracy can eventually lead to better sales.
Developers who have already submitted apps for the new OS get dibs.
The change could help limit spam and unhelpful reviews on Google Play.
The IDE adds support for Kanban, Scrum, and agile application development.
Mobile devs must figure out a way to keep their users if they want to attract investment and remain viable.
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Jolla plans to release the mobile OS officially next year.
The service also brokers deals between developers who want to sell their apps and companies that want to buy them.
The four-hour sessions will take place in 30 different cities around the world.
Some say Project Orca was part of the reason for Romney's loss in the Presidential election.
It can be impossible to find a new iOS app unless you have a direct link.
Google's mobile operating system now commands 72 percent of the market.
The company continues to wrestle with platform fragmentation.
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Robert Half Technology says mobile developers will see a 9 percent average salary increase next year.
The CEO hints that in the future GitHub will offer products that aren't just for developers.
His Summly news app soared to number nine on Apple's list of most popular app.
A new crowdfunding site wants to be the Kickstarter for the software development industry.
The competition is open to teenagers age 13-17.
Microsoft continues working hard to entice developers to its mobile platform.
The Microsoft CEO reminds developers about the huge size of the Windows market.
Version 3.0 of the open source project also adds a number of other improvements.
The social network has made changes to its guidelines for third-party developers.
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The freemium model now completely dominates the mobile development industry.
Microsoft execs won't say how many third-party apps are available for the new OS.
An event in Ireland showcases strategies for creating successful apps.
At least two mobile development firms have used the workaround.
Job listings for developers are up 7 percent since last year.
The app store is included in the "Aurora" build of the Firefox browser.
The social network has a new Android SDK and a developer center.
The global event will take place in 60 different cities.
The social network wants to sell space in mobile users' newsfeeds to mobile developers.
The new programming language is moving out of the technology preview stage.
Some end users are running out of space on their iPhones and iPads.
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The tool offers more insight into app performance.
The tool can dramatically improve page load times and bandwidth usage.
The mobile development industry continues to struggle with the fragmentation issue.
Android devs can now let users try before they buy.
C remains number one on the Tiobe chart.
A trial with Apple is scheduled to begin in early 2013.
Google-owned Motorola recently purchased an AR vendor.
The new SDK also adds other features for developers.
iOS users like to leave positive reviews, but their written comments don't always match their star ratings.
It appears the company really does intend to support the webOS platform.
The new programming language is similar to Google's Dart.
Handsets running the new mobile operating system are coming later this fall.
Adapting apps for the larger screen is proving difficult for some mobile development firms.
Despite challenges from new OSes, Strategy Analytics believes Android will continue to dominate mobile.
The number of apps available has doubled since the store officially began accepting admissions.
The Android app store currently has 675,000 apps available.
Developers believe Facebook is vulnerable in the mobile market.
The company begs devs to be patient for just a little while longer.
The tools offer a dual focus on strong coding and strong design.
More than 2500 app developers coded for 18 hours.
The timing of the job postings suggests that Apple knew it needed help with its maps even before iOS 6 launched.
If you're serious about mobile development, experts say these tools are "must-trys."
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No word on when the social network will hold its next development conference.
The online programming school is giving away subscriptions to college students.
UDID changes and Facebook integration should appeal to the mobile development industry.
The company says HTML5 could make mobile development more profitable.
The latest iPhone has a bigger screen and LTE connectivity.
The research firm predicts that 30 percent of apps will offer in-app purchases by 2016.
Atlassian launches Confluence 4.3 with features designed to improve time management.
Unless you've already published a Windows Phone app, you'll have to until Windows Phone 8 launches to access the SDK.
The app store features a clean, simple design.
The new app discovery service has raised $500,000.
The mobile development platform has two flavors: desktop and OpenEmbedded.
The struggling smartphone maker is confident that the mobile development industry will embrace BlackBerry 10.
High rates of fraud and accidental click-through could explain why the mobile development industry continues to struggle to attract advertisers.
The company hopes to highlight apps that will particularly useful for enterprises.
The changes should make it easier for developers to make money off Google Maps.
The company may launch a new tablet next week.
The acquisition should help bolster AppFog's Node.js capabilities.
Easy-to-learn programming languages like Lua, Alice and Scratch help interest students in coding.
VZBV says the new Facebook feature violates German law.
A European academic argues that developers are liable for damages caused by buggy code.
The programming school aims to help close the gender gap in development jobs.
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For the first time ever, the FBI has seized three domains because of alleged mobile app copyright infringement.
MSDN and TechNet subscribers can now download the new OS, as well as Visual Studio 2012 and .NET 4.5.
Developers are unhappy about the new rules.
The new release makes Java available for devices with ARM processors.
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The constant changes to the platform can result in major problems for developers.
Developers with these skills can expect higher-than-average pay.
The open source tool can help Web app developers find bugs and improve performance.
Microsoft is taking names for the waiting list.
The program now supports four times as many countries and allows payment via PayPal.
IT pros say their next tablet will run Android, not iOS.
Despite overwhelming demand, Leap Motion is still taking requests from developers who want to try out its motion control technology.
The Business Insider says these are the best of the little guys.
The company no longer wants developers to create "Metro" apps; instead, they should create "Windows 8 Style" apps.
The update introduces new enterprise application development tools for Oracle ADF.
The language speeds up common image processing tasks.
Microsoft will give devs access to its new programming tools the same day it makes Windows 8 available.
Developers can begin downloading the OS August 15.
Apps that aren't on top 100 charts are accounting for a higher percentage of revenue.
It will now be easier for developers to use both cloud computing services together.
The new Android developer policy also includes provisions regarding email, billing and in-app ads.
The startup hopes to offer more server-side language lessons in the future.
Eran Hammer calls the specification "a bad protocol."
Most iOS apps don't get any downloads and are nearly impossible to find.
Strategy Analytics says the mobile platform may have reached its peak.
An analyst firm believes Android developer interest could eventually surpass iOS interest.
The Java IDE supports the latest versions of C++, PHP, Maven and Groovy.
The company is demanding more evidence in its trademark battle with Amazon.
Free apps now make three times as much as they did in 2010.
"Free" is pretty common, but it's not the most popular.
The cloud computing service offers a simplified pricing scheme and IaaS portability.
More expensive in-app purchases are more popular than cheaper ones.
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Using Amazon's cloud computing services made the development and deployment process up to twice as fast.
Researchers call on Oracle to step up Java security.
Developers have earned $5.5 billion from the store.
The company's tools allow you to build mobile apps in C#.
The country is producing tens of thousands of computer science graduates, but not enough to fill the available jobs.
Developers are "cautiously optimistic" about Windows 8.
Some say the incident is another example of "brogrammer" culture.
The new app store will support trial periods, in-app billing and third-party payment systems.
The company promises to fix the problem permanently in iOS 6.
Appsfire says Instagram and WhatsApp Messenger are the best iOS apps.
The company will ship a Ubuntu-based XPS 13 designed for developers this fall.
HTML5 and interface design jobs are also climbing.
Microsoft hopes Apps for Office will "reinvigorate Office as a platform."
A RIM exec says BlackBerry continues to add more developers and more apps.
Interest in developing for BlackBerry is at an all-time low.
Facebook has launched a developer center and updated its iOS SDK.
Google has posted online videos from its developer event.
The move could mean the Brightly project is at an end.
An insider offers advice for getting attention from Apple.
The trend shows the growing importance of mobile development.
These tools can help you break away from Flash and Silverlight.
The company hopes to deter software pirates by tightening up its developer programs.
Flash is all but dead on mobile platforms.
Most developers say they are satisfied with their jobs and their pay.
Google unveiled the next version of Android, updates to Google Play, a new tablet and Nexus Q for TV.
Windows Phone 7.8 will offer some Windows Phone 8 features.
Insurance software vendor Guidewire tops this list.
A survey reveals that the median age of coders in North American has fallen significantly in the last few years.
The company is also offering developers the chance to interact with Google engineers live.
The new mobile OS will be a lot like the Windows 8 desktop OS.
Part of the Webmaker project, Thimble offers intuitive, visual editing of Web pages.
Survey finds that developers believe they will make more with Apple's platform than with Android.
Participants must use Canonical's Quickly development tool to create apps for Ubuntu.
The poll of open source developers finds little interest in cloud development.
Microsoft says developers should find it easy to port Windows 8 Metro apps to Windows RT.
Developers can now download a beta version of Apple's next mobile operating system.
Microsoft is adding new features to its rapid application development tool.
Users will see different apps depending on which apps their friends use.
Concerns about fragmentation and low money-making potential keep many developers away from Android.
The non-profit is also launching a for-profit company that will teach development skills.
The company also offers best practices for app developers using push notifications.
About a third of iOS apps are also available for Android.
JQuery, YUI, Mashi, MooTools and more.
Coders won't be able to use the free version of Microsoft's flagship development tool to create traditional desktop apps for Windows 8.
Leaked screenshots show Internet Explorer 10 running Flash animations.
New Webmaker project offers tools to make development easier.
Smartphones and tablets will run HTML5 apps, but those apps run s-l-o-w-l-y.
Techies consider whether it's better to know how to code for yourself or to hire people to do that for you.
ColdFusion 10 also offers Tomcat integration and enhanced caching.
OpenSignalMaps demonstrates how Android fragmentation impacts developers.
High pay and high demand help propel software development to the top of CareerCast.com's list.
Nsight Eclipse Edition is the first IDE for developing GPU-accelerated apps on Linux and OS X.
Not much changed in the top ten on Tiobe's list.
D, Go, Rust and Vala offer a more modern take on true compiled languages.
Project Sputnik runs Ubuntu and includes developer-friendly utilities.
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Most developers surveyed say their app work can't support a standalone business.
A new survey shows fewer developers are building native apps as Web frameworks grow in popularity.
Fragmentation and poor documentation are part of the problem for Android.
Developers are spending about the same amount of money to acquire new users.
Programmers say it's tough to find work after age 35.
Throwing more programmers at a problem doesn't get the job done faster.
However, the number of high-risk vulnerabilities climbed.
The new programming language is designed for number crunching in cloud computing environments.
Protecting your app can be trickier when in-app purchases are involved.
Despite a more proactive approach to identifying and removing malware, Google's app store continues to host bad apps.
Google says no; Oracle says yes.
Java book sales have climbed 13 percent this year.
After approximately 10 years as number one, Java falls to second place.
Why hiring managers should not hold a job-hopping work history against a software development candidate.
More young people are demonstrating interest in software development and related careers.
The move should help combat app piracy.
The company has paid over $100,000 to have apps created for the Windows Phone platform.
Security concerns have some browsers blocking Java.
The company hopes to convince more language developers to support WinRT.
The company will charge a 30 percent commission on in-app sales.
The company says, "We want the Web to win."
The BLS forecasts 22 percent growth for all computer-related occupations.
Google has released version 1 of its new programming language.
Developers who make more than $50K will owe the company a 9 percent fee.
Developers snatched up all of the conference tickets in just 30 minutes.
BlackBerry World attendees will get alpha hardware.
Developers had been demanding support for the popular version control system.
Several mobile development firms have received letters from two members of the U.S. House.
A new case study highlights the similarities and differences between the two mobile development platforms.
Security experts say that 'old school' programmers helped create the malware.
Few apps take full advantage of the new iPad's sexy display, but developers are working on it.
Plaintiffs say that 15 minutes isn't enough time to discover if an app is faulty.
Future versions of Java will include improvements in interoperability, cloud computing support and big data support.
Better applications could spur more sales of ultrabooks with touchscreens.
The new release promises numerous improvements over January's beta.
Neither Go nor Dart are in the top 50.
Researchers are asking developers for help in unraveling the mystery.
Staffing firm Bluewolf says that 2012 looks very good for developers with the right skills.
The updated framework also offers better Android performance.
Millions of projects stored on the repository are at risk from similar attacks.
Any Android app with permission to access the Internet can secretly copy users' photos.
Microsoft and Qualcomm are partnering on a plan to hand out Snapdragon S4 PCs.
A loophole in Apple's procedures means app developers may have access to users' private photos.
The social network is also promoting mobile payment efforts.
The company will also support competing HTML5 technologies.
The Mozilla Marketplace will offer cross-platform apps based on HTML5 and Mozilla's open APIs.
The company hopes the "Dartium" technology will generate more developer interest in its new programming language called Dart.
The updated Ruby on Rails development tool boasts better performance and a new interface.
Daytime use sessions are shorter, while nighttime use sessions are longer.
The foundation is planning a version of Firefox for Metro.
The mobile development vendor wants to convince Flex developers to create HTML5 apps.
iPhone owners might be surprised to know how many app developers have copied their address books.
The move will make it easier for developers to utilize GPU resources for parallel computing tasks.
The development tool vendor says this IDE is "the world's fastest."
A new study flies in the face of the conventional wisdom about the stability of mobile development platforms.
Some jobs are less likely to go overseas than others.
The company plans to update the technology two to three times per year.
Isaac Schlueter will now handle day-to-day oversight of the project.
The tech giant refuses to say whether it will continue supporting Silverlight technology.
Enyo 2.0 allows developers to create apps for the webOS platform or Web apps that will run in any browser.
The three-year-old technology has been growing in popularity.
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Most devs will write apps for more than one mobile OS.
Black Duck Software has published their annual "Open Source Rookie of the Year List," and it features several development tools.
Better mobile browsing debugging tops the list.
Third-party apps will track Facebook users' actions and report them back to the social network.
Unlike its competitors, jQ.Mobi is HTML5-ready.
Google launches a new website aimed at improving the design of Android apps.
The new standards are particularly popular in the Asia-Pacific region.
Java remains at the top of the programming language index, but loses popularity.
The app store model could mean big changes for the way desktop software is packaged and delivered.
Despite all the bad news for RIM, many developers are still creating BlackBerry apps.
In many ways, the past year was a big turning point for the smartphone market.
The Application Developers Alliance will kick off its activities at CES.
These four software development tools earned Jolt Awards.
Some devs are opening multiple accounts or working with testing firms.
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Microsoft's mobile app store has passed a milestone.
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The company delivered new releases for three of its development tools this month.
Apple will shut down its app submission and review process on Thursday.
The online course materials are designed to help mobile developers create better apps.
The application lifecycle management tool provider has added Git to its cloud development platform.
Facebook claims the new tool improves performance by 60 percent.
A free bacon cart is making appearances on Seattle streets in areas where techies pass by.
Ten lucky developers will get $20K, training and other support.
Thomas Suarez talks about creating the Bustin Jieber app.
Experts say Microsoft is missing an opportunity to improve security for users.
The Honeycomb source code is also now available for download.
Windows Phone and the Kindle Fire have made big gains in developer interest.
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For the last 10 years, LimeWire has ruled as one of the kings of online file-sharing. A US court yesterday ordered the company to shutdown, leaving BitTorrent as the last remaining file-sharing service operating in the US.
This new version of HailDB is required for the upcoming Drizzle HailDB plugin.
Carmelo Intersimone is building an open source high performance vehicle, but he needs money, which is why he's fund-raising on Kickstarter.
Android market is trying to catch Apple's iOS application store. This week Google confirmed that are now more than 100,000 Android applications available.
The GNOME community is concerned about Canonical's plan to create another fork of the GNOME shell, but Ubuntu founder Mark Shuttleworth says there's no need to fret.
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The second test release for Skolelinux based on Debian Squeeze is available now.
Firefox bug hunter, 12-year-old Alex Miller, gets check for $3,000.
Miguel de Icaza and other open source leaders will take over IronRuby and IronPython as Microsoft washes its hands of these projects.
Liquidware's open source modular Android development kit gives developers access to the device's sensors and hardware.
Oracle RDS was added to the Linux kernel in 2.6.30. Since then, hackers have the ability to root your box.
Based on Rackspace's open source Cloud File, OpenStack releases the first version of its OpenStack Object Storage.
There are lots of bugs and much more work to be done, but the first development release of GNOME 3.0 is here.
The brand new "greenfield" Linux deployments are more common than new Windows deployments, according a Linux Foundation survey.
The first fully open mobile device is by Aava Mobile.
Apache HTTP 2.2.17 fixes several security holes.
Symbian might be the mobile phone market leader world wide today, but their road to the future is far from certain.
The GNU C Library loader can be manipulated to give a hacker root access to Linux servers and workstations.
The open source competition for the dominate home theater system is in full swing with MythTV plowing full-steam ahead.
The next major Ubuntu release is scheduled to be finished in April 2011.
Oracle views The Document Foundation and its LibreOffice open source project as a threat and has asked the Foundation founders to leave the OpenOffice council.
SkySQL is offering service and support for MySQL users to compete with Oracle.
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Open source film projects Stray Cinema and MoviePals.org are both working to overturn the established Hollywood establishment.
A new portal to connect displaced workers, students and recent graduates with companies seeking open source expertise.
After a six month search, Mozilla has found its next CEO in Gary Kovacs.
Hardware that respects your freedom can use the FSF endorsement to let consumers know that it's free and open.
Oracle won't support LibreOffice but their participation in ODF Plugfest this week in Brussells is meant to show their commitment to OpenOffice.
The new release contains stability and other improvements available for all platforms.
Talend v4.1 adds advanced data stewardship and data matching capabilities.
Twitter and Facebook arrive in Zimbra Desktop 2.0.
This maintenance release fixes a lot of bugs, improves performance and resolves stability issues.
Apache Shindig is an implementation of the OpenSocial standard which many social networking sites and organizations are taking advantage of.
Some are looking at Hadoop to solve big data problems in certain business intelligence areas.
OpenSAL is an open source Scientific Algorithm Library.
By 2014, Gartner says Android will control nearly 30 percent of the smartphone market which could consist of nearly 900 million devices world wide.
The biggest improvement in this version is that lm-sensors is now released under the LGPL.
Adobe Air developers can now publish and distribute their applications to Android phones via the Android App Stores.
The W3C says that HTML5 is still two to three years away from full development.
To align with the Java 7 release, NetBeans has renamed the upcoming NetBeans 6.10 to NetBeans 7.
The enhanced relationship will result in more resources being allocated for the development of the Marionette Collective, the press release said.
Canonical says that people want to hear their music whether setting at a laptop or riding the subway home from work, and that's what they hope to allow users to do with Ubuntu 10.10.
In preparation for the next version of Drizzle, HailDB has pushed its next release up.
Fennec is getting faster, it supports add-ons, Firefox Sync and it's open source and respects open standards.
Once testing is complete, The Bordeaux Group will be releasing Bordeaux for OpenIndiana.
OpenSUSE's Smeegol is based on the MeeGo project.
Google responded to Oracle's Android patent lawsuit by with, "No we didn't."
According to Red Hat executive Paul Cormier this acquisition will benefit the free and open source software community.
MacRuby 0.7 is available now after 5 months of development.
First Oracle sues Google over Android, and now Microsoft is suing Motorola over Android.
If you're developing your Android applications to version 2.1 API level 7, your application will run on about 75 percent of all Android devices.
Based on MySQL 5.1.50, MariaDB offers many new features and improvements.
A new short film called Sintel demonstrates the quality of animation possible with open source Blender.
It's made for tablets and netbooks, Linpus Lite boots fast, shuts down fast and it's easy to install.
WordPress for iOS user experience lead, Jane Wells, wants iPhone and iPad users to give WordPress for iOS another try, she said it's gotten a lot better with this release.
WebP can cut the file size of JPEG images by as much as 40 percent.
Sometimes in patent law, the enemy of your enemy is your friend.
Drizzle is a fork of MySQL. The goal is to slim down MySQL and make it run better in a Web environment and with cloud computing.
The digital encryption algorithm behind HDCP has been broken and an implementation of the HDCP encryption/decryption has been open-sourced.
Jetpack 0.8 offers two important new APIs, such as the Windows and Page Worker APIs.
The survey was conducted from September 14 to the 16th and included nearly 2,400 application developers.
Open source hardware module company Bug Labs scored a huge victory by getting Verizon to partner with them.
Jeff Bonwick said he's leaving for a new challenge, and not specifically because he doesn't want to work for Oracle.
LibreOffice is a continuation of the OpenOffice project under a new name and without Oracle.
Despite what the manufacturers say in their ads, most products are not handcrafted by skilled artisans, but rather they're manufactured with machines by cheap labor in Asia.
Developers are focusing on hardware based on the Snapdragon QSD8250 chipset.
Eric Allman is now the Chief Science Officer for Sendmail, Inc.
Computer vision library, OpenCV, get NVIDIA GPU acceleration.
Google CEO says they won't force any manufacturers or carriers to carry a stock Android device.
Is a Pico Projector full-size keyboard for smartphones in the future? Mozilla Labs thinks it's possible.
Obama's FCC has chosen open source as its now platform for the FCC.gov redesign.
If Stefano Zacchiroli's proposal is accepted, non-package maintaining contributors to Debian can become Debian Developers with voting rights.
Open source security and network access control software PacketFence has its first point-release for the 1.9 series.
Mesa 7.9 is right around the corner, and Intel has just released its xf86-video-intel driver release candidate.
Facebook's MySQL schema tool can modify MySQL schemas live.
Software patent opponent Richard Stallman warns Australia against the dangers of software patents.
VortexBox 1.5 offers the latest Squeezebox server and fixes the iTunes 10 problems.
Scality is offering bounties for developers from $1,000 to $10,000.
While JavaFX is to be open sourced, JavaFX Script is dead.
PostgreSQL is Oracle's open source competition, with version 9, it just get more competitive.
Version 5.5 of MySQL is due to come out in 2011, and Oracle said that the community edition will be improved, as well as the company's enterprise edition.
Google has rebranded the Instantiations' tools they bought last month and they're giving them away free of charge.
Amazon's Linux AMI distribution is geared to simplicity and security.
During the current economic downturn, open source software companies have done well.
The MeeGo tablet was introduced this week at IDF.
Perhaps the first viable open source alternative to Facebook has been released this week.
A root exploit has been festering in the Linux kernel for 3 years.
Opsview and Canonical formalize their partnership and team up to deliver Opsview on Ubuntu.
Sources are saying that Novell is about to broken apart and sold.
OpenIndiana is to be a drop-in replacement for OpenSolaris. A test version is available for immediate download today.
Terracotta is offering a beta version of their BigMemory product to Java developers who want a bigger memory heap.
Do you love your stable Debian installation but wish you could have more up-to-date packages? Well now you can with Debian Backports.
After being chided by open source license warriors, Dell finally releases the source code for their Android based Streak tablet.
Google has decided that they will no longer deny open source projects based on their license.
Open source software is dominating the mobile application marketplace. OpenLogic hopes to tap into that effort by offering an OLEX App Store Edition to help developers manage their mobile software and open source licenses.
All users of Django 1.2 are encouraged to upgrade to version 1.2.3 immediately. There's a serious security hole that can allow for cross-site scripting attacks.
Java event handling is a core concept of the language and a vital mechanism for event-based programming. Learn an easy analogy for understanding how it works.
By the end of the year, Gartner research firm say open source Android will be the number one mobile operating system.
Apple no longer has a process to submit code upstream for the GNU Compiler project.
Now that Oracle has walked away from OpenSolaris, the Illumos Foundation is said to be kicking off their own fork of OpenSolaris next Tuesday when they plan to announce OpenIndiana.
The popular open source VLC media player has been ported to run on the iPad. If approved by Apple, VLC will be available in the Apple store next week.
Willow Garage is offering discounted robots to open source developers to help build a better and more affordable robot.
The Free Software Foundation says that all companies, including Oracle and Google, should put down their patents and stop the war against free software.
GRASS 6.4.0 marks the first new features in the GIS software since October 2006.
The latest version of Firefox now supports clickjacking defense mechanism.
The second Alpha draft of the Mozilla Public License is now available for comment.
The European Union offers open source tools to access its vast collection of digital data.
Linux Mint today released Linux Mint Debian Edition based on Debian Testing rather than Ubuntu as Linux Mint is.
The GNU Debugger's latest version 7.2 add D language support.
Mozilla Labs has renamed "Bespin" HTML5 cloud-based editor to Mozilla Skywriter and moved the source code repository to GitHub.
Google has decided to open source the Google Wave code with "Wave in a Box" project.
After more than 2 years of development, Ruby on Rails 3.0 is here.
Focused and speed and simplicity, Google Chrome turns 2 with version 6.
Mongrel2 means Web developers can build applications in whatever language they want - it's language agnostic.
Sony doesn't like PS3 Jailbreak because it allows people to run pirated games, but PSGroove is open source and it does not permit running illegally downloaded games.
InfoWorld reviews eight free VMware appliances.
GitHub launched Pull Request 2.0 this week.
The first release candidate for PostgreSQL 9.0 is available now.
Commercial vendors are realizing the potential that the R language has for facilitating big advances in analytics and business intelligence.
Burning Man's open source free cell phone service could be used in other remote or impoverished places on the planet to connect people cheaply.
Open source Flash player, Lightspark, is developing quickly. This week, version 0.4.4 hit the Web and the next release is right on its heals.
Mozilla has released the first Alpha of Fennec. Fennec is the codename for Firefox mobile.
A native port of ZFS is in the works for Linux. It's being built by a company in India called Knowledge Quest Infotech.
Chromium to take advantage of the GPU when rendering certain Web page elements.
Microsoft founder and billionaire Paul Allen is suing 11 of the biggest Web businesses and retailers for patent infringement. The list of defendants includes: AOL, Apple, eBay, Facebook, Google, Netflix, Office Depot, OfficeMax, Staples, Yahoo, and YouTube
Contributor agreements that aggregate copyrights are bad, says Simon Phipps.
Open source Mac Web browser Camino 2.0.4 includes several security and stability fixes - upgrade encouraged.
The next generation of Linux filesystem, Btrfs, is just about ready for the big leagues.
The Inquirer is left wondering if Adobe's reaction to McAllister's Oracle slam is a sign that Adobe is about to abandon its open source strategy - what there is of it.
Freebase has released Acre as an open source project via Google Code and an Apache 2 license.
Inspired by photographers, open source digiKam version 1.4.0 is now available.
Version 2.0.0 of the open source messaging platform RabbitMQ is available now.
She's known for her work on Parrot, Perl and Python. Now Allison Randal is the technical architect of Ubuntu at Canonical.
The last maintenance release for Python 2.6 is available - version 2.6.6. From now on, Python 2.6 is in security-fix mode until October 2013.
Google paying thousands of dollars to developers who discover security holes.
Nokia, Intel and the University of Oulo have joined forces in creating research lab for mobile device user interface design, much of the work is expected to be open source.
Is SAP going to acquire Red Hat? The rumors are buzzing of that possibility.
Microsoft has come a long way since 2001 when CEO Steve Balmer called Linux a "cancer" and 2007 when the company threatened Linux with a massive patent lawsuit. Now Microsoft says the companies has fallen in love with open source.
It's been expected, but today the OpenSolaris Governing Board resigned. Now it's up to Oracle to maintain OpenSolaris, but they've made it clear they won't do that.
Open source Flash player Gnash 0.8.8 includes a lot of new features and bug fixes.
Not surprisingly, Android developers are either mildly annoyed or downright angry with Oracle for attacking Google's open source Android mobile operating system.
Clojure was originally released in May 2009, this week the third update to Clojure hit the Internet.
Node.js version 0.2.0 fixes several critical bugs and upgrades to V8 2.3.8
Registration of ApacheCon 2010 is now open for early-bird specials. This year's conference will be held in Atlanta.
The last year might have been boring in terms of kernel releases, but the future could be one of innovation.
Oracle apparently walked away from OpenSolaris, but Illumos project is picking up steam to fill the void.
MongoDB's newest release, version 1.6, scales horizontally with auto-sharding.
Ruby 1.9.2 fixes a some stuff and reimplements a couple of classes and adds a bunch of new methods.
The VA has taken an industry group recommendation to embrace open source software into consideration in researching a plan to replace VistA.
The creator of Java, James Gosling, blogs about the Oracle lawsuit against Google and takes both companies behind the woodshed.
Oracle has done it. The largest open source company in the world has decided that OpenSolaris should no longer exist.
Here's an exhaustive list of open source alternatives to proprietary business applications.
Pamela Jones analyzes the case Oracle has leveled at Google for its open source Java-based Android mobile operating system on Groklaw.
Open source k9mail is an e-mail client for Android. The latest version is the first e-mail program to support the Android Privacy Guard.
jQuery developers launch jQuery Mobile project. It's first release is expected by the end of this year.
Virgin America airlines runs primarily open source software and the CIO says that they love it. It not only saves them millions of dollars - it's better.
eZuce is a start-up based on the open source SIPfoundry unified communication project.
Here we go again, Oracle's suing Google over Android's use of Java.
Two years ago, AMD axed the engineer working on the open source Geode Linux driver, well now the company is back contributing to the project with two engineers.
In October, it appears that Sony will release a Playstation smartphone running the open source Google mobile operating system - Android 3.
Diaspora has been marketed as the open source alternative to Facebook and Twitter. It's supposed to be out by the end of the summer. We're getting close to the end of summer.
HTC preempts carrier rollout of Android 2.2 and releases source code.
Ludwig is going open source with its digital radio. The board of directors announced today that Linux will be the base operating system for their TheOne radio.
Firefox 4 will default to silent updates for minor releases.
Liquidware is hoping to bring back scientific calculators by offering something new and entirely open source to the fledgling calculator industry.
The Linux Foundation has create the Open Compliance Program to help organizations comply with open source licenses in increasingly complex supply chains.
Google and Verizon have apparently figured out how to regulate the Internet.
A severe bug has been discovered in CouchDB 1.0.0 that can result in massive data loss.
Debian 6 "Squeeze" is the next version of the popular open source Linux distribution.
Mozilla developers have squashed a few bugs in this minor upgrade for Thunderbird 3.1.2.
It's easy to not get sued for GPL violations, but Westinghouse went to court and lost.
Elastix is an open source communication server that manages e-mail, voice mail, instant messaging and more.
Former CIA analyst and software engineer says he's tired of waiting, he's going to release his code as an open source project.
The survey predicts that open source will continue to gain acceptance in large public and private organizations.
Blackberry slips as Android takes over the number one spot for top selling mobile OS.
Web 2.0 aren't always accessible to people with disabilities or the elderly, and the OpenAjax Alliance wants to change that.
Verizon has begun rolling out Android Froyo to Motorola Droid customers.
Microsoft's Internet Explorer is losing market share in Europe to Google Chrome and Firefox. This month Firefox could surpass IE as the most used Web browser.
Revolution Analytics provides commercial tools using the open source R statistics language.
Now that Wine 1.2 has hit the shelves, developers can now start working towards the next stable release, version 1.4.
The Debian Conference is being held for the first time in the United States. This is the tenth annual DebConf.
Thorsten Leemhuis outlines the latest developments in the Linux kernel 2.6.35 and what's coming in 2.6.36.
Security experts at DEFCON 2010 demonstrated the first-ever rootkit for Android.
Gemini Mobile Technologies has decided to open source its no-sql database software called Hibari.
Matt Asay writes today that Microsoft should dive head first into the open source community and embrace it fully.
Richard Stallman answers 25 questions posed by the Reddit open source community.
Perl 6 isn't ready yet, but Rakudo Star is a Perl 6 distribution for early adopters.
The open source GNOME project is on a six-month release cycle, and the Release Team has decided that GNOME 3 will not ship in September as was planned, but rather it's being pushed to March 2011.
PostgreSQL community scrambles to replace Solaris test servers Oracle pulled offline without warning early this month.
The first public working draft of the WOFF font format is now available.
Firefox 4 beta 2 hit the Web today. The big improvements are a user interface facelift.
Open source Lustre and Whamcloud startup to build supercomputing super-filesystem in the cloud
Georgia Tech is helping the US military adopt more open source technology.
More than half of all GPL'd Google Code software is licensed GPLv3.
Novell's SUSE Appliance store showcases the work of 80,000 users and 5,000 ISV's with its new SUSE Appliance store.
There's never been a faster VP8 video decoder than ffvp8 - ever.
Firefox 4 is still on track, but last week's beta 2 drop missed its Friday deadline.
The GNOME Foundation and the LiMo Foundation will work together to make GNOME technology available on mobile devices.
Car industry alliance has officially chosen open source MeeGo Linux to run their In-Vehicle Infotainment system.
The PHP development team released new versions for PHP 5.3 and 5.2. This is the last update for version 5.2.
Russian government embracing open source and Linux by creating its own Linux distribution.
Sony now faces one consolidated class action lawsuit rather than 7 individual cases.
Drupal sets its sights on enterprise customers and end-users - switching away from a developer-centered approach.
VLC 1.1.1 is out just one month after version 1.1 dropped - lots of bug fixes and performance improvements.
With IBM DB2 Express-C, Canonical is bringing DB2 to the Linux-powered Ubuntu cloud platform.
The latest version of Firefox is 3.6.7 includes lots of critical of security bug fixes.
Now Mozilla Corporation has a director of Web platform and his name is Christopher Blizzard.
Wine lets you run Windows applications on Linux, Mac, FreeBSD and Solaris. Version 1.2 now supports 64-bit applications, except for Gecko-based Web browsers.
Google's Buzz firehose API means developers have access to all of the public messages.
Phonegap integrated into open source Symbian mobile operating system.
Nasa and Rackspace team up to define cloud computing standards.
The Apache Software Foundation elects a new nine-member board of directors.
Find a remote-exploitable security vulnerability in Firefox and Mozilla will give you $3,000.
A panel of experts debate the disruptive power of open source software and hardware in London this September.
The Women's Caucus has published its initial findings and recommendations to bring more women into the open source community.
Wayfinder is navigation software that has been developed over the last decade - now it's open source and available on github.
Research firm predicts that Linux-based mobile devices will dominate the marketplace in five years.
PHP for Android hopes to bring PHP developers to Android without needed to learn Java.
Stallman is no Microsoft fanboy, he warns developers that they should never write .NET applications with Mono or DotGNU - no exceptions.
Microsoft has bigger fish to fry to concern themselves with, such as Google and VMware to spend too much time fretting over open source software.
The deadline to tell the FCC what you think about net neutrality is tomorrow.
SugarCRM no longer offers a user interface to their open source application, so is it still open source?
If Oracle doesn't appoint a liaison to the OpenSolaris Governing Board, control of the OpenSolaris community will be turned over to Oracle in August.
SCO won't let it go, now Kevin McBride has published some of the code he claims belongs to SCO and IBM stole it to build Linux.
With both open software and open hardware, Aava Mobile is an exciting startup to watch.
The newest version of FOSSology is faster and more accurate.
At OSCON 2010, the topic of health care could be interesting to see how open source software vendors position themselves to get some contracts.
Google's approach to beating out Apple in the smartphone marketplace is with open source and lots and lots of applications. Their latest tool is the Google App Inventor that lets anyone build an Android application.
MapQuest is going open source with OpenStreetMap partnership.
UK government employees recommend switching to open source software to save money.
Android isn't dominating the smartphone market yet, but it's gaining ground very fast.
In performance tests, Google's open source VP8 codec didn't perform as well as H.264, but it's still young.
Google says that Chrome OS will available to the open source community by the end of this year.
The first fully functional open source product development kit for Symbian is now available.
The popular Bloo Android Facebook application is going open source.
Firefox 4 beta 1 is classified as stable for daily browsing. Download it today to become a Mozilla beta tester.
Study shows that many companies are distributing open source and they don't even know it.
Gopher was an early Internet protocol that has since been relegated to the dust bin of technology, but now it might get a second life on mobile devices.
Monty is making one last stand to separated MySQL from the grip of Oracle. He's filed an appeal with the European Commission to reverse the decision to allow the Oracle acquisition of Sun Microsystems.
Debian launches Derivatives Front Desk to encourage developers to contribute back to the Debian project.
The 400,000 enterprise IBM users will now be "strongly encouraged" to use the open source Firefox Web browser.
Sones has open sourced their GraphDB database software.
MeeGo handset user experience is now available and on-schedule.
Google to release Android 3.0 by the fourth quarter of this year to target tablet manufacturers.
Gimp is getting a facelift. The next stable version of the open source image manipulation applications is going to have a completely overhauled user interface - version 2.8. A developer version, 2.7, is available for testing.
Yahoo adds Oozie and Security to open source Apache Hadoop.
Rhomobile 2.0 is available now under the open source MIT license.
Cisco to release Cius Android-based tablet in the third quarter of this year.
Nexus One users are expected to get the latest Android 2.2 this week. Watch for a message in your notification bar.
Fedora project gets a new leader - this time it's Jared Smith.
FFmpeg open source developers claim that they can build a better VP8 implementation than Google.
Mozilla Labs developers are cranking out the Jetpack releases. In less than a month, they've got another release for you.
It's the end of life for PostgreSQL database versions 7.4 and 8.0.
Lenny got an upgrade. Debian announced the fifth major update to version Debian GNU/Linux 5.
Unlike Google Chrome, Firefox will never ship with Flash enabled by default.
Nokia's selection of MeeGo over Symbian for their N-series smartphones is another sign that Symbian is not the operating system for the future.
The newest stable Google Chrome browser is available for download.
Helios train is a coordinated rollout of a bunch of Eclipse packages.
Lightworks Open Source platform scheduled to be released for Linux in Q3 of this year.
Adobe will publish Puppet modules for managing Hadoop.
Kernel developers who try and sneak code in after the merge window closes will have their changes rejected.
OpenSUSE is looking to spread its wings by separating itself from the notion that it's controlled by Novell.
Red Hat's stellar performance throughout the economic recession has the company ranked 22 on Businessweek's 50 Top Performers list.
Bespin 0.8 is a huge release, well, it's actually really small in file size, but it's packed with a lot of big improvements.
This issue covers a lot of territory in 108 pages. Anyone using or creating FOSS should take a moment to read through this issue.
VLC Media Player 1.1.0 is a major upgrade and one worth downloading as soon as possible.
Mozilla and Hacks/Hackers are planning a six-week course on blogger, journalism and a bunch of other stuff.
Two fan-boys argue about usefulness of the Mono project.
FreeBSD 8.1 release candidate 1 is a week late, but it's here now.
GoogleCL is the command-line tool for Google APIs.
Now you can encrypt all of your Web browser experience with HTTPS Everywhere by EFF and the Tor Project.
The latest version of Thunderbird, version 3.0.5, is available for download. All Thunderbird users are encouraged to upgrade.
WordPress got a major upgrade today with version 3.0.
Miguel de Icaza announced the latest version of MonoDevelop 2.4.
openSUSE is seeking input from from the open source community to define the way forward for the Linux distribution.
The newest version of NetBeans 6.9 supports OSGi, Maven integration and many improvements.
FFmpeg 'Works with HTML5' now works with HTML5, as well as, Google's WebM project.
Flock's next version of their social networking Web browser is based on Chromium rather than Mozilla.
Debian 6 is set to be frozen in August with a stable release by the end of the year.
In this blog post, BBC blogger Maggie Shiels chronicles the early days of the modern open source movement and Red Hat's rise.
Will Titanium and other mobile device programmer kits fall victim to Steve Jobs' war against Flash?
Cloud computing is all the rage and it appears to be the future of computing, with that, can the LAMP stack survive?
Simon Phipps wants you to help make the Open Source Initiative relative to today's computing environment.
The first-ever PostgreSQL CHAR(10) conference on the power of PostgreSQL will be held on July 2 and 3. The topic will be scalability.
VMware and Novell partnership marries SUSE Linux with VMware's virtualization software, but it's not a monogamous relationship.
The European Commission is looking at clamping down on proprietary software and forcing openness.
This year's Eclipse User Survey shows a sharp decline in Windows on the desktop for developers.
After an embarrassing security hole was found in code used by the White House, Drupal has clarified their security process.
The H's Dj Walker-Morgan thinks the open source community should give Apple a big sloppy kiss and a thank you card for making open source software better.
The developers for HyperSQL have released the first major release of the 100 percent Java database server in five years.
Now that Google fixed the open source licensing for WebM, Firefox is including the open video format in nightly builds.
LLVM adds another sub-project called LLDB. It's an open source debugger for C, C++ and Objective C.
GoDaddy gets hit again with another round of malware attacks. It appears to be the same hackers that hacked them in May.
Apple lifts open source code for Safari Reader and pretends like they built the application themselves.
Ingres claims its new VectorWise database is up to 70 times faster than traditional database servers.
Another government has issued a directive mandating that open source be considered before commercial software.
Oracle refuses to change the license of ZFS, so a group of developers ported it to Linux as a compilable module.
Google's WebM open source is not really open source. Google fixed the project's license following complaints from the open source community.
NASA chief demonstrates how open source Nebula cloud can work with Japan's NII open source cloud to share data and collaborate.
Google doesn't like to talk about it, but Android's rapid releases has caused a fragmentation problem.
Canada's Quebec Superior Court ruled in favor of open source software when it said that the RRQ acted illegally when it offered Microsoft a no-bid contract to update 800 workstations.
Google releases new Chrome Dev channel release with VP8 support.
Linux-bases smartphones are positioned to dominate the mobile marketplace in the next 5 years, according to ABI Research.
What do Linux, Frank Zappa and the Mother of Invention have in common? Zappa.
IBM has partnered with several big names in the tech world to create a not-for-profit open source Linux-based semiconductor chip company.
Google says that Chrome OS is scheduled to drop 'late fall.'
Mozilla Labs' Weave Sync project graduated this week. It's now called Firefox Sync and it's scheduled to be included in the next version of Firefox.
A secure Linux distribution called Qubes is making progress. The developers at Invisible Labs are working towards a Beta 1 release that includes 'disposable VMs.'
Firefox plugin to silently protest the BP oil spill from the comfort of your own chair.
The social networking community is re-evaluating it's reliance on Facebook and looking at what the open source community has to offer.
The Free Software Foundation and the GCC Steering Committee have approved the use of C++ in the open source GCC codebase.
Seven case studies show how open source can help developers meet data integration challenges.
Here's a review and getting started guide for the open source Bombono DVD authoring tool.
Nokia has released an update to the Linux-based Nokia N900 open source Maemo.
Mozilla Labs has a new Jetpack SDK for you try out. It's got some new APIs.
Couchio is supposed to help developers relax and just use the open source CouchDB in the cloud.
The first stable version of MeeGo dropped this week. It doesn't include support for writing software for mobile phones or tablets - just netbooks.
Release candidate 1 for the open source VLC media player supports VP8/WebM video decoding.
One activist is trying to bring Linux to the blind community. He's starting with documentation. Now if only sighted people would read it.
The open source VIM editor is highly-customizable. The author of Hacking VIM 7.2 has published some customization recipes to get you started using VIM.
The Linux Foundation has announced its keynote speakers and calendar of events for this year's LinuxCon.
Will open sourcing the uTP protocol boost developer appreciation for its features and start building applications around it? BitTorrent hopes so.
A new phishing take take advantage of tabbed browsers to steal your username and password. It's called 'tabnabbing.'
VoltDB is now available. Unlike NoSQL databases, VoltDB understands SQL. Like NoSQL database, VoltDB stores data in memory and not on disk.
Why the time is right for open source Master Data Management (MDM).
Google's effort to create a patent-free open source video format with VP8 is admirable, but there is more work to be done to ensure a free and open source video codec for the future.
If a business uses GPL open source code but only releasing the source code without any way to compile it, they might be violating the license.
Google open sources its My Tracks Android GPS software, hoping to leverage the open source community to make the application better.
Google released Android 2.2. It includes several performance and enhancements geared toward the enterprise Android user and developer.
Google and VMware partnered to enable the Spring Framework in Google App Engine.
It took just one day for MPEG LA to consider creating a patent license pool for Google's new WebM video format they announced on Wednesday.
Linux powered the coloring of Ridley Scott's new "Robin Hood" film. The open source operating system provided the flexibility for the colorist to produce the effect Scott wanted for the film.
Google announces the creation of a new set of open source web fonts to make the web a beautiful place.
Google abides - releasing the VP8 video codec to the open source community by launching the WebM project. It works on YouTube.
IBM hopes that their Hadoop commercial product will open a new market for them in crunching data.
Oracle releases the first major release of VirtualBox since acquiring Sun Microsystems.
The open source community if full of characters, and some of the licenses they come up can be really funny.
Linux kernel 2.6.34 is out and it includes a new cloud-ready filesystem called Ceph.
The next version of Ubuntu might include the btrfs filesystem as the default, if everything goes perfectly between now and release time.
Zend rakes in $9 million in venture capital, but for what purpose?
An analysis by Black Duck Software shows significant growth in the number of open source development projects for the health care industry.
Mashable's Julie O'Dell sat down with free and open source legend Richard Stallman to discuss what it means to be free. He said that all non-free software is wrong.
Red Hat snatched Kuwait's Ministry of Electricity and Water from Novell.
Here's a quick read about Google's best practices for building Android apps using its evolving UI patterns.
Yahoo plans to open source its cloud platform by early 2011. It's a cross between Amazon's EC2 and Google App Engine, reports The Register's Cade Metz.
Google and Eclipse IDE have joined efforts to create Eclipse Labs to encourage the development of Eclipse add-ons.
The Diaspora project, which doesn't have a stitch of code, has raised more than $134,000 of seed money. The NYU students who started the project, said they'll start coding Diaspora when they graduate this summer.
Google's Native Client is a tool developers can use to leverage building web applications with C/C++ and take advantage of existing libraries.
Open source Android mobile users now can upgrade to the latest version of WordPress for Android to upload videos and geotag blog posts.
The latest major update for open source JRuby version 1.5.0 is here now.
In just over 7 days, the Humble Indie Game experiment raised more than $1 million in a 'pay what you want' funding scheme. Now the developers are giving something back by open sourcing all five games.
Google's Tim Bray has a blog post about how to leverage existing Android source code to build your own Android applications.
Mozilla has opened its plugin check Web site for everyone - even Internet Explorer.
May is the Month of PHP Security, and so far, 20 security flaws have been reported in PHP itself, as well as, in PHP applications.
Tim Bray blogs about the importance of HTML5 in terms of building the next generation of Web applications. Basically, he doesn't think it's all it's cracked up to be.
Enerjy, the developers of Enerjy code analysis software, analyzed dozens of Java-based open source software projects. Here's what they found.
Mozilla's Mike Beltzner presented an early product plan for Firefox 4 via Web video yesterday.
A recent survey sheds light on the trends and challenges affecting developers, and the barriers to greater use of open source software.
The Free Software Foundation asked the OpenOffice Community Council to cleanly separate the OpenOffice extensions that are free from the ones that are not. The Council said they wouldn't do that, and so the FSF has taken matters into their own hands by building its own OpenOffice extension library.
WordPress blogs have been hacked with malware code inserted into templates. The security hole has yet to be determined, but the attack is affecting shared hosting sites such as GoDaddy, Bluehost and Dreamhost.
Oracle has released the second beta of its open source VirtualBox 3.2.0 virtualization application.
InfoWorld's Savio Rodrigues explains how open source mobile phone frameworks can help solve the native mobile phone application development dilemma.
Red Hat announced this week the end of life for their Enterprise Linux 3 server.
NASA's new Chief Technology Officer Chris Kemp spoke at this year's Open Government & Innovations conference about NASA's plans for leveraging open source technology.
Group recommends stabilizing the current VistA system while reengineering the next version based on open source software and models.
The Louisiana Bucket Brigade is using open source software developed during the Haiti earthquake to track the effects of the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
Rhomobile has announced Rhodes 2.0 under the MIT license - now it's totally open source.
Google has purchased BumpTop to be included in their open source Chrome operating system. Will BumpTop be open sourced too?
Red Hat announced this week the first in a series of online forums about open source technology called "Open Your Mind" presented by opensource.com.
Cloud.com announces the release of the CloudStack Community Edition 2.0 Preview Release.
The Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission are expected to decide this week which agency would launch an investigation into a recent decision by Apple to block third-party applications in the iTunes, iPhone and iPad store.
Google's open source Chrome web browser is taking a significant bite out of Microsoft Internet Explorer share of the market.
MacRuby developers have released version 0.6 and said that MacRuby is now stable for Cocoa application development.
Adobe and Apple bicker about Flash and what 'open' means - accusing each other of creating a walled garden approach to software development.
The KDevelop team has now released its stable version of KDevelop 4.0. KDevelop is a C++ IDE.
Open source developer Lennart Poettering says there's room for another Linux init system to replace SysV-Init and as an alternative to Upstart.
How Resin 4 will implement the Java EE 6 Web Profile.
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Mozilla's Account Manager has graduated from Mozilla Labs to become a part of a future Firefox release.
Will HTML5 and Google's support for WebGL kill the desktop as we know it? Linux Magazine's Joe Brockmeier thinks so.
Mozilla Labs announced the latest version of their Jetpack SDK version 0.3.
A California man, Anthony Ventura, filed a class action lawsuit against Sony for removing the advertised feature of installing the open source Linux operating system on the PS3 gaming console.
Microsoft struck a patent deal with phone maker HTC to make money off of Google's open source Android. The open source community sees this as yet another patent attack against Linux.
The Zend Framework community released the fourth maintenance release of the Zend Framework 1.10.4 on Wednesday.
Google releases a new version of its open source Web browser Chrome and pays out $1,500 for security bug discovery.
Nokia announced its first phone based on the now open source Symbian mobile operating system - the N8.
PHP creator, Rasmus Lerdorf, has joined online payment service WePay.
Benchmark tests show that Quercus, Caucho's Java implementation of PHP, performs faster than PHP on Apache.
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Apache Hadoop developers were worried about a Google patent infringement and Google responded with granting the project a license.
Microsoft announced the StyleCop will be open sourced in the next few weeks under the Microsoft Public License on CodePlex.
The newly elected leader of Debian GNU/Linux, Stefano Zacchiroli, is interviewed by ITWire's Sam Varghese.
A new Massachusetts law could radically change how you build Web applications. It levels heavy fines for not encrypting personally identifiable information about Massachusetts residents.
Squeak is an open source Smalltalk programming language, on Friday, version 4.1 was released.
Joomla Project releases new version of their open source content management system, but they warn against upgrading to version 1.5.16.
Facebook's new Graph API is geared towards making it easier for third-party application developers to put data in and get data out of Facebook.
The SETI project is going open source. Now you too help by building algorithms and combing through terabytes of data looking for that radio transmission from deep space. Check out the setiQuest.org website.
The open source NetBeans is a powerful IDE that supports Java, PHP, Ruby and then some. Now version 6.9 beta is available for testing.
Intel has said that they plan to expand MeeGo from a mobile operating system to a more general-purpose Linux distro that can be run on laptops and desktops alike.
Open source Kajona content management system version 3.3 is now available and it includes support for SQLite, as well as, several new features and bugs quashed.
White House developers have built several interesting Drupal modules and they've now released for the open source community to review, improve and use.
Miquel de Icaza announced last Friday that the latest development version of Moonlight is available and it includes support for Google's open source Chrome Web browser and Chrome packages.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has proposed that SEC filings be written in the open source Python programming language.
Microsoft joins Mozilla and many font foundries in sponsoring the Web Open Font Format. The goal is to expand the number of fonts available to Web developers and designers.
Cisco confirmed that it will open source its Telepresence technology this summer on SourceForge under and Apache license.
Mozilla is disabling the Java Development Toolkit in Firefox to close a serious security hole that allows hackers to insert malicious code.
eZ Systems' core developers for the eZ Components project left the company, but the content management library will continue to live as the Apache Software Foundation project Zeta Components.
EditShare said that they plan to open sourse the Lightworks video editing software in the third quarter of 2010. Lightworks has been used in several Hollywood productions since its inception in 1989.
Google's Chromium developers ruffled some feathers by dropping the 'http://' from the URI location bar in their open source Chrome Web browser.
A war is brewing over who will dominate that sliver of Web space containing "share" icons. Meebo is proposing a standard to work with all of the networks and Facebook is looking to take over the space entirely.
A new survey provides some insight into how Best-in-Class companies deliver BI projects on time and within budget.
A recent developer survey shows increased competition for iPhone, and a slight drop in interest in iPad as a development platform.
Oracle Sips Its Java - Examining Oracle's Road Map for Sun's Development Tools and Middleware Products
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This is a major release to the GCC GNU project - version 4.5.0.
Most people agree that it was Richard Stallman who started the modern open source software movement with his frustration with corporate control and proprietary software.
OpenSolaris 2010.03 was due to release on March 26, but Oracle has held off releasing the code and now the OpenSolaris Governing Board members and community are getting nervous and talking about a fork.
Collabora joins the Linux Foundation to work on the MeeGo open source mobile operating system project.
Google's Open Source Chief Chris DiBona said they're going to hire two Android developers to work with kernel.org to get code back into the Linux kernel.
ImageWare biometrics company sets up Open Biometrics Initiative to try and tap into the open source community.
Kaltura Exchange is the first-ever video application online marketplace by open source Kaltura.
Apache Software Foundation server compromised and Altassian unencrypted passwords stolen during the attack.
Oracle's announcement today of a new version of MySQL Cluster has many in the open source community concerned about the future of MySQL.
Cassandra is an open source NoSQL database management system. Today version 0.6 is available for download.
Google's about to shake things up in terms of the video codec debate by open-sourcing the VP8 video codec powering YouTube.
SpringSource said that they will continue to support RabbitMQ's open source software and developer community.
Google drops its Chrome browser on Nokia N900 mobile phone users.
Researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago have landed a $1.15 million grant to build a secure operating system based on virtual machines called Ethos.
Twitter drops FlockDB on GitHub for the open source community to use, but it's unusable - for now.
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Solaris and Red Hat Enterprise Linux differ in several key ways that pertain to application developers.
IBM's patent threat has the open source community nervous. The H's DJ Walker-Morgan said it could lead to the mutually assured destruction of the IT industry if software giants pursue legal action against open source projects.
Sony violated European Union regulation by removing Linux support with latest firmware update.
CoApp is supposed to be for Windows what autoconf is to Linux.
AOL drops Open AIM, is it time for open messaging applications to go somewhere else?
The C programming language may be old, but it's back as the number one language in the world.
Qubes OS implements security through isolation, if one area of the operating system is compromised the rest remains clean.
Crowdsourcing is a powerful tool to solve complex problems, and Gina Trapani's open source ThinkTank is potentially a great tool to do just that.
New Zealand's parliament is considering a bill to ban the patenting of software.
The history leak browser bug has been around for decades and now Team Mozilla says they've got a fix.
Learn about the features and benefits of Sun's Composite Application Platform Suite (CAPS) Release 6.
Installation is typically the first experience a user has with your software. A professional installation tool that works on multiple platforms can help to make this experience a positive one.
Mondo 2000: An Open Source History is a project to bring back to life the wild dot-com days of sex, drugs and transhumanism.
Florian Mueller says IBM has broken its pledge to not use its patents to crush competition from free and open source software.
Open source spmfilter drops 0.4 release of its spam filtering framework.
Veteran Ruby developer and designer Rizwan Reza will walk you through the new Rail 3 Routes.
According Mozilla's data, Firefox has 30 percent of the browser market, but other sources disagree.
The announcement says that VaultPress is planning to charge $30 a month to backup all of your WordPress blogs in the cloud.
Ruby on Rail 3.0 second beta is expected to be the last beta before the official release.
Lee Byron releases his source code to create streamgraphs with his Java applet.
Included in the latest Zend Framework release are more than 80 bug fixes and security updates.
The Free Cloud Alliance was created to push open source in the cloud.
Now that Novell is the legal owner of Unix, how will that impact open source Linux?
Open source MeeGo is a full merge of Moblin and Maemo. MeeGo's core code is available for testing.
Jury rules that Novell owns Unix's copyrights and not SCO.
Oracle continues to scale back Sun's open source projects by planning to make Solaris 10 proprietary again.
Despite changes, security expert Andreas Bogk discovers that PHP session IDs remain guessable.
Google adds Flash plug-in to the Chrome browser and some users are not happy about it.
Redis is similar to memcached but its dataset isn't volatile, and it includes lists, sets and ordered sets.
New York Times will soon release Doc Viewer 2.0 as an open source project.
Lucene and Solr have been merged into one codebase, but will remain as distinct applications.
The video card maker will no longer support Linux.
On Thursday, Sony's firmware upgrade is expected to lock out Linux and other third-party operating systems.
A recent survey by Evans Data Corp. shows Nokia's Ovi Store overtaking Apple in high-growth emerging markets in the Asia-Pacific region and Latin America.
Microsoft and IBM Lotus lead the pack, with Novell not far behind and the open-source MindTouch cited as a strong performer.
Over 60% of IT shops will move some of their resources to the public cloud this year, with over half citing MySQL as their preferred database.
OpenSUSE dumps System V init for Upstart.
Jonathan Thomas wrote OpenShot to fill the video editing software void on Linux.
Oracle's purchase of MySQL has spurred a movement to embrace NoSQL over relational databases.
Team Mozilla said they 'will continue to focus on the things that we can control: building a great consumer product on both Android and Maemo.'
Red Hat recorded $748 million in 2009 annual revenue.
Mullenweg said there's no such thing as a 'killer feature' anymore.
The Linux.com Gurus are awarded their status based on points accumulated by contributing to a variety of activities on the site.
ThoughtWords Chairman Singham said, "When Rails came along, it took the world by storm and completely took over the Internet space."
The open source paradigm has reached the laundryroom.
CNET's Matt Asay examines what's most valuable to an open source start-up: time or money.
Google releases new skipfish security tool for Web applications.
With $1.82 billion in assets, Novell might be worth more than the $2 billion Elliott's offered to purchase the struggling company.
The next big thing will be cloud computing said Mickos.
GlassFish v3 is not just a JavaEE server but a dynamic application server.
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Comcast's Address Family Transition Router open source to aid in transitioning to IPv6.
Google, Intel and Sony team up to build open source Google TV.
High-availability software maker dumps proprietary business model for open source business model.
Linux creator is named the most influential open source blogger.
Open video on Wikipedia could pave the way to better market penetration for open video formats.
The economics of open source are changing the industry and spurring growth and innovation.
Qi Hardware starts shipping its hackable Linux clamshell for $99.
Mozilla planned to kill of Firefox 3.0.x in January, but now its death is imminent.
This new open source video editing program is gaining speed quickly. In just two months, Ubuntu picked up OpenShot and Debian is looking at it too.
"The technology has a tremendous amount of potential to assist researchers at other institutions, hence our release of the software to the open source community."
Open source commerce company wants to be the largest e-commerce platform the world has ever seen.
Open source ECM Nuxeo posts record growth in 2009.
Codescan Labs scanned over ten million lines of web software source code, looking for potential security issues. Here's what they found.
Novell furthers its strategy to bring .NET to every mobile operating system.
OpenLogic offers open source scanning service to make mergers and acquisitions easier.
Google's Android gets personality by hiring veteran Tim Bray as a developer advocate.
ITTIA DB-SQL or SQLite: which one is the best choice for your project?
Jeff Jaffe is a controversial figure in some open source circles for his support of the Novell-Microsoft patent deal.
T-shirts, hats, mugs, stickers and some baby onesies at the new Linux.com store designed to reflect open source geek culture.
Simon Phipps says as director he'll revitalize the Open Source Initiative.
Another big Web site decides to walk away from MySQL for Cassandra.
Lucid Imagination is dedicated to open source Apache Lucene and Solr search technology.
Mozilla want to overhaul its 10-year-old open source license.
The Guardian's Open Platform Politics API supports JSON and RESTful formats.
AT&T offers open source Android powered Backflip as an alternative to iPhone for only $99.
Both Steve Jobs and Bill Gates threatened to sue Sun, but neither of them did.
EFF laywer says Apple's developer agreement is one-sided and favors Apple over innovation.
Another Sun executive walks away from Oracle.
As open source software has entered the mainstream, IT executives have seen how rapidly open source communities are able to deliver high-quality, innovative software - and they're taking notes.
With Sun's future in question, Red Hat Enterprise Linux is looking more attractive all the time.
The open source data center design initiative is hoping to blow the lid off of the black box industry.
The future of warfare will be open source, cheap and robots, robots, robots.
reMail iPhone e-mail application purchased by Google goes open source.
It's the second deal struck by Microsoft over its alleged Linux patent ownership.
MeeGo 1 will be raw baseline source code and binaries that can be used on Intel ATOM boards and Nokia N900.
Google's Chris Dibona defends Google's Android Linux fork, but promises to merge back into the Linux mainline in a couple of years.
To Ogg or not to Ogg - HTML 5 video tag poses more questions than answers.
San Francisco announced open source Open311 and it's available for free to any city.
WordPress.com to push updates to blog readers with PubSubHubbub.
Adobe Flex test suite, FlexMonkey, moves from beta to production.
CNET's Matt Asay ponders the implications of a Novell buy-out and how it will impact Linux and open source software.
Another government chooses open source software, this time it's Vermont.
Apple pulls in security expert Window Snyder to help harden its products.
Citing major budget cuts, Florida State drops out of the Kuali Foundation effort to build the Kuali Student System.
Lawyers provide free seed series funding documents to open source entrepreneurs.
How a large informatics firm reduced application development and maintenance costs by 30%, and reduced downtime by 70%.
Tests have shown that using Oracle's internal JVM to perform JDBC operations can increase performance by up to 600%.
Open source software is more secure than commercial software.
BBC adds SWF verification and shuts out open source iPlayer plugin users.
Social networking services are trending away from relational databases to Cassandra data management solutions.
Novell reports breaking even with SUSE Linux.
The focus of this release was stability and of the 40 bug fixes, a couple were security updates.
Dr. John Graham-Cumming discovered errors in climate change data and said future problems could be averted with open source data.
The future for open source technology looks bright says Google executive.
Open source is innovating with Software as a Service.
Researchers in Spain calculate that the Linux kernel is worth more than a billion dollars.
Lots of random stuff fixed and tweaked in Linux Torvalds' Linux kernel 2.6.33 released today.
Six out of ten companies surveyed say they will pass on Windows 7.
Forrester's top five recommendations for application development professionals.
US intellectual property lobbying group seeks to punish countries seeking to adopt open source software.
The latest Zend server supports PHP 5.3, improved debugging and a job queue.
Microsoft's patent deal with Amazon is seen by the open source community as another shot across the bow, and an effort to charge companies for running Linux.
The Apache Web server, the world's most popular server, turns 15 this year.
Open source Web browsers gain market share while Microsoft's Internet Explorer drops.
A study by Volantis shows growing demand for flat-rate data packages among mobile internet users.
The 2010 CWE/SANS list of top 25 most dangerous programming errors is now available.
Opera's Dragonfly moves to BitBucket and becomes the company's first fully open source project.
IBM to use open source software to integrate nine different GSA systems into a one-stop shop for vendors and contractors.
WIRED's Editor-in-chief Chris Anderson announced today he will be speaking at a free event at the Savannah College of Art Design on Wed.
Canonical was going to replace OpenOffice with Google Docs, but not anymore.
ActiveState and O'Reilly enhance ActiveState Code to better support Python.
Open source developer wins intellectual property court case.
AT&T announces first of five Android smartphones the company plans to sell this year.
Security holes get plugged in Firefox 3.5.8 upgrade.
Google's Living Stories is now an open source project.
Open source OSCAR understands the language of chemistry and makes research a lot easier.
Twitter loves open source and they made a page to prove. The company has created to or contributes to at least 29 open source projects.
Mobile Linux platform get Adobe as a partner and Flash too.
Oracle's purchase of Sun puts OpenSolaris future in jeopardy along with other open source projects.
Contiki 2.4 supports more experimental modes, improved API and and overhauled wireless MAC interface.
BUG 2.0 supports Android, BeagleBoard and a faster CPU.
Many new features and enhancements in Java Platform, Standard Edition 6 (Java SE 6) are aimed at improving performance and scalability.
Sun used JavaFX technology to develop two rich client applications for the Vancouver Organizing Committee for Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games (VANOC) - and to deliver them on a tight schedule.
Linux Foundation to host Intel and Nokia open source project - MeeGo.
Two developers, José Valim and Carl Lerche, join Rail core team for their work on Rails 3.
Enterprise IT organizations are embracing open source PHP and Python like never before.
Open source software pushes the adoption of smartphones as more manufactures switch from closed source.
After a December 2008 alpha launch, Bizwiki.com went fully live today.
Two weeks after the co-founders pulled out of the open source Earth.org travel project Web site - Earth.org disappeared.
Application for sponsorship to attend the Perl QA Hackathon 2010 ends on Friday.
OpenOffice.org releases version 3.2 of open source office suite.
Open source Ruby on Rails 3 plugin support gets a major overhaul.
To open source companies partner to compete with Amazon EC2 cloud services.
XIPWIRE donates text pledging service to open source project - waiving all fees to pledges directed to the Apache Software Foundation, Electronic Frontier Foundation, Free Software Foundation, GNOME Foundation, KDE e.V. and the Linux Foundation.