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eWeek: Mozilla Still Good After 32 Days (Jul 29, 2002)

eWeek: Server Databases Clash (Mar 01, 2002)

eWeek: Samba Ships Windows Directory Integration for Unix (Oct 29, 2001)

eWEEK: Red Hat Makes Itself More Available (Red Hat Linux 7.2 review) (Oct 15, 2001)

eWeek: Apache avoids most security woes (Jul 24, 2001)

UPDATED: eWeek: Tux: Built for Speed (was "Red Hat Tux 2.0 blows away Apache") (Jun 19, 2001)

ZDNet: Heat is on Windows: Samba 2.2 now supports range of Microsoft OSes (May 01, 2001)

eWeek: MySQL Makes a Move Up-Market (Mar 11, 2001)

eWeek: Storage, SMP get much better in Linux 2.4 kernel (Jan 29, 2001)

eWeek: Storefront Revamp; Review of Akopia's Open Source Interchange 4.6 (Dec 15, 2000)

eWeek: Linux 2.4 kernel (Dec 06, 2000)

eWeek: Refined standards, new concepts taking shape; Linux a key technology to watch next year (Dec 04, 2000)

eWeek: Solaris, Apache lead in Web server uptime (Nov 27, 2000)

ZDNet: E-com starter kit: open source Zelerate AllCommerce (Nov 20, 2000)

eWeek: Four scripting languages speed development; JSP scores high; PHP "does the job" (Oct 30, 2000)

eWeek: Openhack database gets cracked (Jul 18, 2000)

eWeek: Openhack gets cracked! - E-commerce application [MiniVend] proves vulnerable in security test (Jul 10, 2000)

eWeek: Open source is the right road to take (May 23, 2000)

ZDNet: ColdFusion smooths Web development (Mar 08, 2000)

PC Week: Fight UCITA: It grants far too much power to vendors (Mar 07, 2000)

PC Week: InterBase proves its mettle [Review] (Feb 16, 2000)