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451 CAOS Links 2011.06.17Matthew Aslett, June 17, 2011 @ 12:38 pm ET
TDF reveals its advisory board. ActiveState acquires Phenona. And more.
# The Document Foundation revealed the members of its advisory board: Google, SUSE, Red Hat, Freies Office Deutschland, Software in the Public Interest, and the Free Software Foundation.
# ActiveState acquired Phenona, a Perl PaaS provider.
# LexisNexis Risk Solutions released its HPCC Systems competitor ti Hadoop under an open source license.
# Couchbase announced performance enhancements for Apache CouchDB, included in the the developer preview of Couchbase Single Server 2.0.
# Appcelerator released Titanium Studio for building, testing, and deploying cross-platform applications, based on development technology acquired from Aptana.
# The Apache Software Foundation announced Apache Traffic Server v3.0.0.
# Google announced the availability of its Chromebooks from Acer and Samsung.
# Nuxeo has launched a new version of its Case Management Framework, an enhanced distribution of Nuxeo Enterprise Platform.
# SpagoBI released version 3.0 of its open source business intelligence suite.
# Funambol announced the general availability of MediaHub, a cloud-based digital locker.
# Stephen O’Grady analysed the results of The Eclipse Foundation’s developer survey.
# Adobe transfered its development focus for AIR for Linux from the desktop to mobile.
# Law.com reported that open source could change the future of e-discovery.
# David Eaves explained how GitHub saved open source.
# Brian Proffitt argued that fork history does not favor OpenOffice.org.
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