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451 CAOS Links 2010.02.16Matthew Aslett, February 16, 2010 @ 1:08 pm ET
Moblin and Maemo merge as MeeGo. Talend passes 1,000 customers. And more.
# Intel’s Moblin and Nokia’s Maemo projects merged as MeeGo, hosted by The Linux Foundation.
# Talend announced that it more than doubled revenue in 2009, growing its customer base from 420 to over 1,000.
# VMware completed its acquisition of Zimbra.
# Opsera updated its systems monitoring platform to version 3.6.
# Mark Hamilton reassured Lustre users that the open source file system has a future at Oracle.
# New devices from ELSE, NEC and Panasonic brought the number of LIMO compliant handsets to 50.
# Wavemaker’s CEO explained how the move from the AGPL to Apache impacted the company’s community and commercial growth.
# The 2010 Annual InfoWorld-North Bridge Venture Partners Future of Open Source Survey is now live.
# Open World Forum 2010 published its call for proposals.
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