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451 CAOS Links 2011.04.19Matthew Aslett, April 19, 2011 @ 12:32 pm ET
Oracle discontinues commercial OpenOffice plans. OpenStack releases Cactus. And more.
# Oracle announced that it is to discontinue its commercial version of OpenOffice and move OpenOffice.org to become a community-based open source project.
# The Document Foundation issued a statement that suggests it is not interested in reunification with OpenOffice.org. At least we think that’s what it means when it says “the development of TDF community and LibreOffice is going forward as planned”. We’ve asked for clarification. Certainly they are interested in welcoming OpenOffice.org developers, indeed they are now accepting new members.
# OpenStack announced the availability of its ‘Cactus’ release.
# Alfresco provided the first preview of its Activiti BPM software in Alfresco Community 3.4.e.
# Talend and Ingres announced a strategic partnership.
# CollabNet Subversion Edge is being used by an estimated 200,000 developers six months after its introduction.
# uTest is partnering with Mozilla to jointly develop an open source test case management system.
# Spring Data Graph 1.0 is now available, providing integration between Spring and Neo4j.
# ioBridge released ThingSpeak, an open source thing for the “Internet of Things”.
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