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451 CAOS Links 2011.04.08Matthew Aslett, April 8, 2011 @ 12:17 pm ET
Facebook open-sources its hardware. Google maintains commitment to open source. And more.
# Facebook launched the Open Compute Project, publishing the technical specs of its servers and data centers.
# Google responded to criticism of Android strategy, reiterates commitment to open source.
# The Linux Foundation also announced the Yocto project steering group and release 1.0.
# Alfresco added 470 new enterprise customers and achieved operating profitability in 2010.
# Cloudera appointed Kirk Dunn chief operating officer.
# The Open Source Initiative provided an update on its opposition to CPTN’s purchase of Novell’s patents.
# Introducing FlumeBase, a database-inspired stream processing system built on Cloudera Flume.
# Nuxeo released a BIRT integration package for its Nuxeo ECM applications.
# The Project Harmony website is now live at http://www.harmonyagreements.org/
# Yubico and ForgeRock partnered on secure and open source cloud single sign-on.
# Lucid Imagination announced the general availability of LucidWorks Enterprise 1.7.
# The GNOME Desktop project released GNOME 3.0.
# Jim Zemlin said bashing Microsoft is like kicking a puppy.
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