20120624 Open Source Everything Highlights

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After Oracle, OpenSolaris rises again

Oracle tried to kill it, but the former Sun project has emerged from the ashes, nurtured by a crowd of innovative startups

Airlines should work together on open source apps

Computerworld: Virgin Atlantic’s IT director, David Bulman, has called upon the airline industry to work collaboratively on open source applications that create an .

Canada languishes in world rankings for government openness

Canada finds itself tied for 51st in the world on a list of freedom-of-information rankings, languishing behind Angola, Colombia and Niger.

Open Source Development: Way To Design The Functional Website

Open source development is a platform which provides great content management solution inclusive of Joomla development, Drupal development, WordPress and much more.

Open source suites go beyond Microsoft Office

Open source desktop productivity suites are experiencing an injection of enthusiasm, as recent burst of news releases confirms

Rio+20: Open Source United Nations

To reform business accounting so that it takes into account what nature gives us – and, by extension, what we take from it.

Sponsoring Open-Source Drivers For $1 Per Day?

It’s been talked about in some other threads of the Phoronix Forums, but now there’s a concerted thread about this proposed initiative for financing new open-source driver development.

TEDGlobal 2012: ‘The more you give away the more you get back’

Bruno Giussani explains the theory of ‘radical openness’ that underpins his strategy for a changing world

Unplugging from the Commercial Software Grid: Open Source is not Three Guys in a Shed Anymore.

I have bundled this into a presentation called “Unplugging from the Commercial Software Grid: Why Free is Better Even if you have a Budget” 

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