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451 CAOS Links 2011.06.21Matthew Aslett, June 21, 2011 @ 12:05 pm ET
Oracle wants billions from Goole. Nokia’s first (and last?) MeeGo phone. And more.
# Oracle is seeking between $1.4bn and $6.1bn in its patent lawsuit against Google.
# Nokia maintained that Qt is an important component of its plan to attract the next billion users.
# Acquia introduced Commons 2.0, its open social business software.
# Dirk Riehle discussed the difference between vendor- and community-led open source projects with regards to licensing and commoditization.
# The FSFE highlighted a dispute over the use of Linux in embedded devices.
# FuseSource unveiled a family of packaged consulting services designed help users of Apache ServiceMix, Camel, ActiveMQ and CXF.
# Penguin Computing announced the availability of PODtool, an interface designed to offload excess workload to Penguin Computing on Demand.
# PrismTech adopted the LGPL license for both the Community and Commercial Editions of its OpenSplice DDS software.
# LexisNexis joined the Linux Foundation.
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