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IT Management Linux News for Sep 28, 2007

  • Public Advocacy for Open Source Software--Preferences and Requirements (Sep 28, 2007, 22:30)
    OSI: "We see with concern however that funding agencies don't seem to have a defined standard on what 'Open Source' means, and as a consequence they and the public not always receive what they are expecting in return for the investment of public funds..."

  • Microsoft, Antitrust and Innovation (Sep 28, 2007, 21:30)
    Groklaw: "If one were to believe Microsoft, antitrust law is for sore losers who are too lazy to innovate, and the decision of the European Court of Justice against Microsoft was to the detriment of consumers around the world..."

  • Busting the Myth of GPL Dominance: Apache Rules! (Sep 28, 2007, 21:00)
    OpenLogic: "...[I]t turns out that most open source software used by enterprises are not licensed under the GPL... companies are using primarily Apache licensed software...!"

  • EnterpriseDB Releases New PostgreSQL Distro (Sep 28, 2007, 12:00) "In the battle for database supremacy, it's not just a struggle between commercial and open source interests. The open source interests go head-to-head, too..."

  • Enterprise Unix Roundup: RIP Unix? (Sep 28, 2007, 00:45)
    ServerWatch: "It's a little disconcerting writing your own obituary, but recent pronouncements from Gartner's analyst-guru George Weiss compel me to tell you there will be no more Enterprise Unix Roundup after 2009..."