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451 CAOS Links 2009.11.17Matthew Aslett, November 17, 2009 @ 11:50 am ET
Larry Augustin confirmed as SugarCRM CEO. Red Hat’s Fedora Project is 12. And more.
For the latest on Oracle’s acquisition of MySQL via Sun, see Everything you always wanted to know about MySQL but were afraid to ask
# Larry Augustin was confirmed as full-time CEO of SugarCRM.
# Red Hat, by way of the Fedora Project, announced the launch of Fedora 12.
# Microsoft is to release the .NET Micro Framework under the Apache 2.0 license.
# Simon Phipps introduced the concept of his Software Freedom Scorecard. Plans to propose as joint OSI and FSF initiative.
# Microsoft admitted inadvertent GPLv2 violation in Windows download tool, plans to publish code.
# Lucid Imagination updated its LucidWorks Certified Distribution for Lucene 2.9.
# Nexenta Systems announced NexentaStor 2.2, based on the ZFS file system.
# Univa released version 5.0 of its UniCluster infrastructure and workload management software stack.
# A Canadian law firm suggested purchasers of tech companies are avoiding GPLv3 code to protect their patents.
# Fluendo updated its Codec Pack of multimedia Linux/Unix codecs.
# SGI launched the Altix UV Linux-based supercomputer.
# JetBrains announced the general availability of RubyMine 2.0, based on the open source IntelliJ Platform.
# BonitaSoft’s BPM software is being integrated into eXo Platform DMS’s document management module.
# Distributor Tech Data created Open Tech, a new program to attract open source ISVs and resellers.
# WSO2 launched Cloud Platform including Cloud Virtual Machines; Cloud Connectors; and Governance-as-a-Service.
# The QualiPSo Project released QualiPSo Factory, a SOA-based forge.
# Sourcesense partnered with Sonatype to provide training, support, and customization services for Maven, Nexus.
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