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451 CAOS Links 2009.12.23Matthew Aslett, December 23, 2009 @ 11:47 am ET
Red Hat’s Q3. Google’s definition of open. Copyright assignment. And more.
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# Red Hat reported third quarter net income of $16.4m on revenue up 18% at $194m
# Jonathan Rosenberg, Google’s senior vice president, product management, presented Google’s definition of “open”.
# Michael Meeks’ published his thoughts on copyright assignment.
# The VAR Guy reported that Larry Augustin intends to double SugarCRM’s revenue in 2010.
# The OLPC project published details of its product roadmap to 2012.
# The Guardian reported that the BBC’s digital rights plans will wreak havoc on open source software.
# Internetnews.com reported that Sun’s workforce reductions will hit its open source efforts.
# The VAR Guy took a closer look at Tech Data’s open source strategy.
# The Icinga team released the 1.0 version of the Icinga core Nagios fork.
# InformationWeek published a Q&A with the director of intellectual property strategy for the Linux Foundation.
# TechRepublic published 10 questions to ask when selecting open source products for your enterprise.
# Mark Fidelman published a list of open source companies that will rule the post-ERP world.
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