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Open*Law: 2011 in review
As we wrote in last year's year-in-review, patents are a big focus at the intersection of open source and law. This year was no different--2011 saw Microsoft Corp. v. i4i Limited Partnership go before the Supreme Court. It was affirmed, 8-0 on June 9, rejecting Microsoft's request to change the... Read more
0 comments Posted 30 Dec 2011 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
Open government: 2011 in review
2011 was a great year for open government. Whether you're at the grassroots level in your community or battling political red tape and changing or creating policies, a lot happened in 2011 to advance open government. As we did last year, we wanted to take a moment and reflect on what's happened... Read more
0 comments Posted 28 Dec 2011 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
Open*Business: 2011 in review
The principles of open source continue to have a huge influence on the science of management. Collaboration, transparency, community, and rapid prototyping are used frequently to describe  management innovations that are taking place in companies around the world. We published a great collection... Read more
2 comments Posted 26 Dec 2011 by Jeff Mackanic (Red Hat) Feed
Calendar close up snapshot
Maybe you worked on an open source project with someone who was extra helpful this year, and you want to say thanks. Or maybe you want to introduce someone to open source beyond software using the stories on this site. Either way, an opensource.com e-card is a good way to go.
1 comment Posted 19 Dec 2011 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
Map of open source conferences and events
We've already asked you to help compile a list of open source events and conferences. Now we've got a map. What's missing? Leave a comment with the event name, location for 2012, and URL. Anything you mention here, we'll also add to the list in our Resources section. Feel free to share this map,... Read more
7 comments Posted 19 Dec 2011 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
An open source political party?
That's the same question that crossed my mind when I came across this site. Highlighted in green at the top, "Liberty, Democracy, Transparency!" So far so good. But is this for real?
14 comments Posted 15 Dec 2011 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
An open source political party?
That's the same question that crossed my mind when I came across this site. Highlighted in green at the top, "Liberty, Democracy, Transparency!" So far so good. But is this for real?
14 comments Posted 15 Dec 2011 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
Leveling the playing field for procurement of open source solutions
The software market has changed. Government entities and the corporate market are now embracing open source software like never before, primarily for its twin attributes of cost-effectiveness and flexibility. IT departments are more educated on the risks and benefits, and now routinely use open... Read more
2 comments Posted 14 Dec 2011 by Richard Wyles Feed
Where are IT innovations coming from?
In his essay, In an Open-Source Society, Innovating by the Seat of Our Pants, Joichi Ito says,
0 comments Posted 13 Dec 2011 by Colin Dodd (Red Hat) Feed
Where are IT innovations coming from?
In his essay, In an Open-Source Society, Innovating by the Seat of Our Pants, Joichi Ito says,
0 comments Posted 13 Dec 2011 by Colin Dodd (Red Hat) Feed

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