Gomez, Inc., the leader in web application experience management, today announced that its recently appointed Chief Open Source Evangelist, Patrick Lightbody, will discuss the challenges of testing today's complex AJAX-based web applications at this week's Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise conference. His presentation, part of the conference's Web 2.0 track, takes place on March 28 at 4:45 p.m. ET at Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA.
The third discussion draft of GPL version 3 is scheduled for release at 7 a.m. PDT on Wednesday, Brett Smith, a licensing compliance engineer for the Free Software Foundation said in a mailing list posting Monday. The current GPL 2 governs the rights and restrictions of many open-source and free-software projects, including high-profile ones such as the Linux kernel, Java and MySQL database.
The non-profit group that owns rights to much of the Linux operating system says it will seek to undermine a controversial deal between Microsoft Corp. and Novell Inc. through a new software licensing agreement to be unveiled on Wednesday.
In its disputes with YouTube, Viacom has pulled the video of two developers from the Open Source Lab playing NES on the OLPC.
CMP Technology's Sys Admin magazine, the journal for Unix and Linux systems administrators, today announced the first Sys Admin Technical Conference will take place May 7-8 at the Sheraton Inner Harbor in Baltimore.
Department of Homeland Security open source hardening project grows to 150 applications and regular scans of 35 million lines of source code.
Xandros, Inc., the leading provider of intuitive end-to-end Linux solutions, and Scalix, the leading Linux email, calendaring and messaging company, today announced that the forthcoming Xandros Server 2 will ship with Scalix 11 pre-installed.
For a number of years Microsoft has been working hard to put Novell’s Groupwise and IBM’s Lotus Domino systems on the back burner, with a certain amount of success. Now it seems that the main threat to Microsoft’s dominance might be Open Source-based email systems, ie: those that are completely open code and enhanceable by anyone.