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451 CAOS Links 2010.11.26Matthew Aslett, November 26, 2010 @ 11:49 am ET
What Android is. Novell retains UNIX copyrights. And more.
# Tim Bray explained what Android is.
# Novell confirmed that it will continue to own the UNIX copyrights as a subsidiary of Attachmate.
# Dirk Riehle published his report on control points and steering mechanisms in open source software projects.
# Google Wave was proposed as an Apache Incubator project.
# Canonical denied that Ubuntu is moving to a rolling release cycle.
# Andy Updegrove explained the acquisition of Novell, from his perspective.
# Roberto Galoppini compared the Nagios and Icinga projects and their communities.
# CBR rounded up the reaction to SAS Institute’s derogatory comments about open source BI.
# Henrik Ingo announced his departure from Monty Program amid apparent changes at the MariaDB backer.
# Linux Journal made the case for national Linux distributions.
# Sky released the open source software now running on its Sky HD box.
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