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  1. Mozilla CEO Stepping Down (0 replies)
  2. Is the Android truly open source? (0 replies)
  3. 50 Surprising Organizations That Support Linux (0 replies)
  4. Google planning to open the VP8 video codec (0 replies)
  5. Google to Open-source VP8 for HTML5 Video (0 replies)
  6. Free Software Foundation was right [Pic] (0 replies)
  7. Open Source Songbird Drops Linux: A Sign Of Things To Come? (0 replies)
  8. Does IBM Speak Open Source With a Forked Tongue? (0 replies)
  9. Copyright Troll Loses High-Stakes Unix Battle (0 replies)
  10. What if all software was open source? (0 replies)
  11. Software patents should only be valid for 7 years (0 replies)
  12. Should Open Source Be An Enemy Of The State? (0 replies)
  13. World's first open source restaurant now open for business (0 replies)
  14. Denmark dumps Microsoft (0 replies)
  15. Is OpenOffice.org a Threat? Microsoft Seems To Think So (0 replies)
  16. The Creators Of VLC Are Going To Release A Video Editor (0 replies)
  17. The State of Open Source on Firefox's Fifth Birthday (0 replies)
  18. Apache Software Foundation: 10 years an open-source leader (0 replies)
  19. Skype will be Open Source (0 replies)
  20. WhiteHouse.gov Drupal Detractors Get Buggy (0 replies)
  21. White House Website Switches to Open Source Codebase (0 replies)
  22. Big GPL copyright enforcement win in Paris Court of Appeals (0 replies)
  23. Microsoft opened Linux-driver code after 'violating' GPL (0 replies)
  24. Video Goes Open Source on Wikipedia: New Format + New Player (0 replies)
  25. SourceForge delivers 4 billionth open source download (0 replies)
  26. 20 Promising Open Source PHP Content Management Systems(CMS) (0 replies)
  27. 10 reasons why open source makes sense on smart phones (0 replies)
  28. Source code for Palm WebOS released (0 replies)
  29. Google?s Summer of Code Approaches (0 replies)
  30. Linux : Open-Source Software Gains As Moneymaker. (0 replies)
  31. Oracle buys Sun. Is MySQL doomed? Java? -Linux? (0 replies)
  32. 10 Linux and open source developer tools you should not over (0 replies)
  33. Linux : Open source microbloggers you should follow TuxRadar (0 replies)
  34. Can we build a world with open source? (0 replies)
  35. What Obama could learn from Mozilla (0 replies)
  36. Bridging the Gap between Companies and Communities for OSS (0 replies)
  37. Microsoft suit over FAT patents could open OSS Pandora's Box (0 replies)
  38. UK Government backs open source (0 replies)
  39. Washington Times releases open source projects (0 replies)
  40. Why the White House's Embrace of Drupal Matters (0 replies)
  41. OpenOffice.org: 7 Things You Didn't Know You Could Do (0 replies)
  42. 5 Tips For Instantly Writing Better CSS (0 replies)
  43. How Microsoft Fights GNU/Linux, Apple, Others (0 replies)
  44. Mozilla contributes $100,000 to fund Ogg development (0 replies)
  45. VirtualBox (0 replies)
  46. 30 Useful Open Source Apps for Web Designers (0 replies)
  47. Obama wants to know: Why open source? (0 replies)
  48. Open source trading platform could be a win for Wall Street (0 replies)
  49. Open source Mono framework brings C# to iPhone and Wii (0 replies)
  50. Open source in 2008: Everything but interest up (0 replies)
  51. Why is OpenOffice "profoundly sick"? (0 replies)
  52. Open source programming languages for kids (0 replies)
  53. Microsoft, Apple, Google sued over icon software patent (0 replies)
  54. Open source auditing tool boosts election integrity (0 replies)
  55. Open source makes serious headway in the U.S. DoD (0 replies)
  56. Source Code For Twitter-Like App, Trillr, Now Available (0 replies)
  57. Open source isn't free software (0 replies)
  58. 25 Free, Game Changing Open Source Resources (0 replies)
  59. Google grants outsider Chrome-coding privileges (0 replies)
  60. Can Open Source Help the Economy? (0 replies)
  61. Atheros Wi-Fi goes open-source, Linux friendly (0 replies)
  62. Java and Linux - an open marriage in search of success (0 replies)
  63. 11 Useful Open-Source Apps You Should Know About (0 replies)
  64. Open-Xchange nabs $9 million to fight MS Exchange (0 replies)
  65. Piracy Hurts Open Source Also! (0 replies)
  66. The dying embers of Microsoft IP claims against open source (0 replies)
  67. 9 Must Have OpenOffice Extensions (0 replies)
  68. OpenOffice.org 3.0 scores strong first week (0 replies)
  69. 10+ List of Formerly Closed-source Software (0 replies)
  70. New Open-Source Wind Farm Design Software (0 replies)
  71. Microsoft Goes Open Source! Well At Least for One Project (0 replies)
  72. Recession Will be Very Kind to Open Source (0 replies)
  73. Why eBay Should Open-Source Skype (0 replies)
  74. OpenOffice.org Breaks Records Everywhere (0 replies)
  75. Report Says Pure Open Source Is No Longer a Viable Business (0 replies)
  76. A breakthrough for open source in the UK (0 replies)
  77. OpenOffice.org 3.0 Release Candidate 2 Released (0 replies)
  78. SGI Further Opens Its OpenGL Contributions (0 replies)
  79. 5 Best Free and Open-source RTS Games for Linux (0 replies)
  80. Screenshot Tour: A First Look at OpenOffice.org 3.0 (0 replies)
  81. Ten Open Source Companies to Watch (0 replies)
  82. Google unveils Chrome source code and Linux port (0 replies)
  83. Open Source: An Open Question for Red Hat and Others (0 replies)
  84. Office OpenXML A Dead End, Microsoft Will Back ODF (0 replies)
  85. Using Open Source Software for HTTP Load Testing (0 replies)
  86. 19 Most Essential Open Source Applications (0 replies)
  87. Search Wikipedia The Pro Way (0 replies)
  88. Open source technology is hungry for new college grads (0 replies)
  89. Gallery: Rise of the Open Source at LinuxWorld (0 replies)
  90. Open-Source e-Voting Gets Linuxworld Test Run (0 replies)
  91. Digg Toolbar for Firefox is 100% open source! Grab the code! (0 replies)
  92. Historic Victory for Net Neutrality (0 replies)
  93. What Do Small Open Source Projects Do With Money? Not Much. (0 replies)
  94. 10 Cool Open Source Easter Eggs (0 replies)
  95. OpenRemote grows in popularity (0 replies)
  96. Open Source: a Fedora-based VoIP server with Asterisk (0 replies)
  97. First Look: OpenMoko's Linux-based open smartphone platform (0 replies)
  98. Why Don't More People Use OpenOffice? (0 replies)
  99. Java is finally Free and Open! GPL Compatible. (0 replies)
  100. European Union Backs Use of Open-Source Software (0 replies)
  101. Google Gadgets open-sourced for Linux (0 replies)
  102. Google Defends Open Source from 'Poisonous People' (0 replies)
  103. Is OpenOffice.org Getting Faster? (0 replies)
  104. Free Open Source Counterparts of Windows Software (0 replies)
  105. MS Office to support ODF, other open formats (0 replies)
  106. The open source alternative (0 replies)
  107. GPL wins in Skype case (0 replies)
  108. OpenOffice.org 3.0 Beta Released! (0 replies)
  109. Moving to Unicode 5.1 (0 replies)
  110. Adobe Opens the FLV and SWF Formats (0 replies)
  111. Sun looks to open-source Java, have it ship with Linux (0 replies)
  112. Will MySQL Keep Lighting up LAMP? (0 replies)
  113. OpenOffice.org 3.0 beta? (0 replies)
  114. Sun Tackles Video Codec (0 replies)
  115. ODF is now a Brazilian Standard: NBR ISO/IEC 26300 !!! (0 replies)
  116. An Open Source Class-Five Telephony Switch (0 replies)
  117. Microsoft's Office Open XML now an official ISO standard (0 replies)
  118. OOXML Vote: Irregularities all over Europe (0 replies)
  119. OpenOffice 3.0 Promises to Bash Office (0 replies)
  120. Sneak peek at OpenOffice.org 3.0 (0 replies)
  121. Open source in schools could save the taxpayer billions (0 replies)
  122. An Open Letter For Open Drivers To NVIDIA (0 replies)
  123. Lawyers For Imposter P2P Software Threaten OpenSource Team (0 replies)
  124. Impressive Eye Candy: 3D OpenGL Transitions for OpenOffice.o (0 replies)
  125. 50 Proprietary Programs We All Hate--and the OS Alternatives (0 replies)
  126. OpenOffice 3 has PDF import, native Aqua UI, and Tara Reid (0 replies)
  127. SimCity Classic GPL?ed - called Micropolis (0 replies)
  128. OpenOffice.org 3.0 Release Schedule (0 replies)
  129. Uh Oh! Microsoft Already Supports OpenDocument Format? (0 replies)
  130. AOL / ICQ are adopting the open source technology Jabber (0 replies)
  131. Sun targets open source LAMP stack with MySQL acquisition (0 replies)
  132. Free the algorithm: Wikia launches open-source search engine (0 replies)
  133. OpenMoko FreeRunner: a win for phone freedom (0 replies)
  134. McAfee throws some FUD at the GPL (0 replies)
  135. How To Share Torrents With BitTorrent Illiterates (0 replies)
  136. Microsoft is getting confused about what to include in OOXML (0 replies)
  137. The Flexibility of Open Source (0 replies)
  138. Top Five Open-Source Stories Of 2007 (0 replies)
  139. Norway chooses open formats: "vendor lockin unacceptable" (0 replies)
  140. A promising GIMP alternative (0 replies)
  141. Samba Team Receives Microsoft Protocol Documentation (0 replies)
  142. 25 Popular Desktop Apps and Their Free Online Alternatives (0 replies)
  143. 50+ Open Source/Free Alternatives to Adobe Acrobat & PDF (0 replies)
  144. Save your OpenOffice.org docs to Google Docs and vice versa (0 replies)
  145. Netherlands adopts Free Open Source Software (0 replies)
  146. KDE Release event: Open Invitation to Digg (0 replies)
  147. Top Best 50 Ubuntu Opensource Applications For Design (0 replies)
  148. Open Standards, One Web, and Opera - My Opera Community (0 replies)
  149. The Open Source Challenge. How to replace Windows completely (0 replies)
  150. Verizon hit with GPL copyright lawsuit over router software (0 replies)
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