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Cisco doesn't contribute nearly enough to open source (Sep 21, 2010)

Marten Mickos says open source doesn't have to be fully open (Jun 23, 2010)

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Microsoft yanks 10 old patches down; smells like anti-Linux FUD (Jul 02, 2009)

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