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451 CAOS Links 2010.11.02Matthew Aslett, November 2, 2010 @ 1:47 pm ET
JCP election results. Funding for Acquia and Continuent. Fedora 14. And more.
# The Java Community Process election results are in.
# Continuent appointed Robert Hodges CEO and confirmed details of $5m funding from Aura Capital.
# Red Hat announced the availability of Fedora 14.
# Apple filed two patent infringement lawsuits against Motorola in relation to Android.
# Carlo Daffara updated his analysis of the Java code Oracle claims was copied into Android.
# An open letter to the JCP Executive Committee calling for JCP reform.
# Jono Bacon provided some clarification on Canonical’s Unity plans.
# Informatica partnered with Cloudera to enable integration with Hadoop.
# Andy Updegrove discussed the lessons developers can learn from OpenOffice and Java.
# Jaspersoft claimed 100 cloud BI customer deployments.
# Symbian is set to receive investment of over €22m from the EC’s Artemis project.
# Stormy Peters is stepping down as executive director of the Gnome Foundation to join Mozilla.
# Coverity announced the results of the Coverity Scan 2010 Open Source Integrity Report.
# James Dixon explained the difficulty in comparing open source and proprietary software markets.
# More than 30 OpenOffice,org developers have resigned from the project.
# The Eclipse Foundation announced Eclipse Virgo 2.1, a light-weight application server for OSGi applications.
# The Motley Fool’s Seth Jayson examined Red Hat’s cash flow.
# The November issue of the Open Source Business Resource is now available.
# RightScale’s Private Cloud Early Access Program supports deploying private clouds using Cloud.com or Eucalyptus.
# Opensource.com published open innovation and open source innovation: what do they share and where do they differ?
# Zend Technologies announced the general availability of Zend Framework 1.11.
# The Outercurve Foundation is changing its bylaws and governance.
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