GUADEC 2007 Call for Papers deadline extended

The GUADEC 2007 Call for Papers deadline has been extended to Thursday 15th March.

OpenSER v1.2.0 Released

OpenSER (an open source SIP server) has a new major release OpenSER v1.2.0. Bringing lot of improvements to existing features and a handful set of new functionalities, v1.2.0 can be considered as a big step forward since OpenSER 1.1.0.

Ubuntu founder joins Linux Foundation

"I’ve been nominated for and elected to, and have accepted, a seat on the board of the Linux Foundation, not in my capacity as founder of Ubuntu or via Canonical, but as an independent representative of the free software and Linux community. I’ll endeavor to wear that hat as effectively as possible in the role!"

Vyatta Delivers VPN in Subscription Edition 2.0

Vyatta announced the availability of Vyatta Subscription Edition 2.0. A commercially supported open-source networking solution, this release adds VPN functionality to the routing and firewall capabilities available in the previous commercial releases. Vyatta’s Subscription Edition 2.0 is available as a software subscription with tiered service and support options, or as a pre-configured hardware appliance that can be easily dropped into a network.

Wikipedia Discredits Open Source

At the core of open source is the belief that mysterious others assure the quality of an open source product. However, few actually have the skills required to do such a review. If, in the case of Wikipedia -- where there should be a lot of experts -- you still can't trust the content, the people or the quality, then how can you trust that open source works where such a review is less likely?

SXSW sets stage for open-source DIY hacking

If you went to the keynote speech at the South by Southwest Interactive Festival here Sunday and found your cell phone not working, it wasn't your carrier's fault.

You can blame the SXSWi keynote speakers, Make magazine Senior Editor Phil Torrone and do-it-yourself electronics pioneer Limor Fried. During their on-stage conversation, the pranksters took the opportunity to show how to jam cell phone signals.

Open-Xchange Unveils Community Project To Build Collaboration Suite

Open-Xchange Inc., the leading provider of open source collaboration software, today announced the opening of the Open-Xchange Community project and the availability of source code and development documentation for its latest AJAX-based email and groupware technology.

Corporate Desktop 4.0: The desktop you were waiting for

Mandriva is pleased to announce the launch of the beta program of Corporate Desktop 4.0, the brand new version of its enterprise-dedicated work station.