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Open Source Wrap Up: Git Vulnerability and Free Software Laptop

As the open source community looks to wrap up 2014, new developments open vulnerable wounds while other recent innovations suggest a fully free and open world is on the horizon. […]





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Lawmakers Address Cyber Supply Chain Management and Transparency

As government agencies are increasingly leveraging the power of open source software (OSS), they are faced with the challenge of effectively managing OSS logistics – remediating security vulnerabilities, as well as […]





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Free and Open Source Compliance: The High Cost of Mismanagement from the Versata Litigation

Versata Software, Inc. (“Versata”) learned the cost of failing to manage free and open source software (FOSS):  Versata’s routine attempt to terminate the license for its proprietary DCM software with […]





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Open Source Is the Only Way for Medicine

TL;DR [“too long; didn’t read” = ultra short synopsis] The software we use in medicine is now part of medicine. Medical software has, however, been noticeably exempt from the level […]





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Open Source Wrap Up: Hour of Code & Nginx Funding

Happy Holiday Season! Our gift to you is a new feature in the Weekly Wrap Ups! Each week, we will be highlighting a different open source project. Tweet us at […]





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AllSeen Invests in the Future of Open IoT

It’s been a year since the AllSeen Alliance formed as a cross-industry effort to advance the Internet of Things (IoT) through the development of its open source framework, the AllJoyn […]





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How FINRA is Building a Scalable Open Source Management Process

FINRA (the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority) is the largest independent regulatory authority for all security firms in the U.S., providing mandatory licenses for every broker and brokerage firm in the […]





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Open Source Wrap Up: CoreOS Takes On Docker Containers

Welcome to December and to holiday celebrations, family get-togethers, and the season of giving. Hortonworks told us how much it would cost to join their party, Professor Stephen Hawking and […]





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A Look Inside Chicago’s Open Gov Hack Nights

The government’s open data movement, sometimes referred to as Gov 2.0, has come a long way in the past few years. Most are familiar with the Obama administration’s open data […]





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Thankful for Open Source

In my day job, I wear multiple hats. I do development, product management, and marketing in different roles. For this Thanksgiving,  I’m really thankful for a range of open source […]





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