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451 CAOS Links 2010.12.15Matthew Aslett, December 15, 2010 @ 1:01 pm ET
Google contributes WindowBuilder to Eclipse. Backdoors in OpenBSD? And more.
# Google contributed WindowBuilder and CodePro Profiler to the Eclipse Foundation.
# Oracle is in another Java legal battle, this time with Myriad Group.
# Puppet Labs released MCollective version 1.0 following its acquisition of The Marionette Collective.
# Eucalyptus partnered with Red Hat on Eucalyptus support for RHEV and compatibility with Apache Deltacloud.
# Gazzang last week raised $3.5m for software to secure open source software for use in the cloud.
# Richard Stallman warned against Google’s Chrome OS.
# Lucid Imagination announced the general availability and free download for LucidWorks Enterprise.
# The openSUSE project announced the appointment of Alan Clark as openSUSE board chair.
# Black Duck adding IBM Rational AppScan Source Edition to its code-scanning assessment services.
# The Apache Software Foundation launched the Apache Extras hosting site for complementary projects.
# Karmasphere integrated Apache Hive with the Karmasphere Application Framework to create Karmasphere Analyst.
# WSO2 launched WSO2 Application Server 4.0 with full Apache Tomcat support.
# CloudBees acquired Java PaaS provider Stax Networks.
# Facebook explained how it uses Hadoop and released the code of its internal distribution.
# NEC and Novell created a high availability offering optimized for SUSE Linux Enterprise Server.
# Dries Buytaert explained how Drupal benefits from VC funding.
# Canonical, GENIVI, HP, LiMo Foundation and MontaVista Software are to become advisers to Linaro.
# Bill Burke welcomed the ASFs departure from the JCP, blames the ASF for Java 7 delay.
# The Linux Foundation appointed OpenEmbedded core developer and Yocto Project maintainer Richard Purdie as a Fellow.
# C12G Labs announced version 2.0 OpenNebulaPro, based on the OpenNebula Toolkit.
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