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451 CAOS Links 2010.11.17Matthew Aslett, November 17, 2010 @ 10:48 am ET
Oracle responds to Apache. AMD joins MeeGo. And More.
# Oracle responded to Apache’s threat to leave the JCP.
# AMD joined the MeeGo project.
# Bruce Perens speculated about the patent settlement between Acacia and Red Hat.
# Pentaho announced the availability of the Pentaho Enterprise Data Services Suite.
# An interview with Novell’s Michael Meeks explores the background behind the LibreOffice project.
# BonitaSoft surpassed 500,000 downloads of Bonita Open Solution.
# Zenoss experienced 40% revenue growth in Q3.
# Red Hat released version 5.4 of its Network Satellite systems management software.
# OTRS released version 3.0 of its open source help desk software.
# Facebook’s new Messages service is built on Apache HBase.
# ProcessMaker and OrangeHRM signed a strategic alliance to integrate their open source BPM and HRM applications.
# Duck Duck Go pledged 10% of its income to fund open source projects. Should others do the same?
# Black Duck hired Sara Ford, former community manager for Microsoft’s Codeplex site, for Ohloh.
# Novell announced the launch of the Baracus project, an open source platform for boot and build management.
# The openAPC Foundation has been established to develop and distribute open source Advanced Process Control software.
# WSO2 announced the launch of WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus as a Service.
# James Dixon shared some statistics on Pentaho adoption.
# The Linux Box released the Enkive Community Edition email archiving, retrieval and reporting system.
# Robert Duffner published an in-depth interview with Riptano founder Jonathan Ellis on Apache Cassandra.
# MontaVista joined the OpenSAF high availability project.
# OpSource added support for Ubuntu LTS to its hosted cloud platform.
# Black Duck acquired the assets of SpikeSource.
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