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451 CAOS Links 2010.02.19Matthew Aslett, February 19, 2010 @ 12:50 pm ET
Ubuntu gets GSA approval. Abiquo and OpenERP get funding. And more.
# The GSA approved Autonomic Resources to offer Canonical’s Ubuntu and Landscape to government customers.
# OpenERP raised €3m from investors including Sofinnova Partners.
# Abiquo closed a €1.5m first round of institutional funding and hired new CEO.
# Twitter detailed its use of, and contribution to, open source projects.
# An interview with Eliot Horowitz – CTO of 10gen/MongoDB.
# ITPro published a perspective on the history of FreeBSD and Linux.
# OSS Watch published three documents on the important subject of Governance Models for open source projects.
# WANdisco announced that it is contributing resources to help deliver Subversion 1.7 this summer.
# The CodePlex Foundation announced its first non-Microsoft undertaking, the MVC Contrib project, reports InfoWorld.
# eWeek reported on Microsoft’s plans to discuss its use of and involvement with open source projects at OSBC.
# Canonical introduced the Ubuntu single sign on service.
# WSO2 introduced Cloud Identity, a service based on the open source WSO2 Identity Server.
# Focus published “Open source, open world, open standards throughout the world”.
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