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open standards


November 10, 2008  9:43 PM

Microsoft’s embrace of open source could signal turnaround

Posted by: Dkr
Linux, Linux blogs and news, Linux versus Windows, Microsoft Windows, Open source applications, open standards, TechTarget Blogs

August 18, 2008  1:22 PM

Microsoft win for OOXML could undermine open source

Posted by: Dkr
Linux blogs and news, Linux versus Windows, Open source applications, open standards, OpenOffice, TechTarget Blogs

On Friday, Aug. 15, the software behemoth from Redmond, Wash., won another victory over open source, when the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the International Electrotechnical Commission...

June 25, 2008  4:01 PM

Fedora 9 LiveUSB: Operating systems on the go

Posted by: Lauren Horwitz
Administration, interoperability and integration, Fedora Linux, open standards, Red Hat

[kml_flashembed movie="http://www.youtube.com/v/sgz7PgBA9EA" width="425" height="350" wmode="transparent" /] This blog post was written by Matt McDonough, assistant editor. If the enthusiasm of Fedora Project ...

June 18, 2008  2:43 PM

Great planning coincides Red Hat Summit, Celtics victory, CEO says

Posted by: Dkr
Enterprise applications for Linux, Linux, open standards, Red Hat, SELinux

Red Hat CEO and President Jim Whitehurst began his opening keynote of Red Hat’s fourth annual Summit today by crediting event organizers for coordinating the Summit event with last night’s Celtics victory over the Los Angeles Lakers.

“We got...

April 30, 2008  9:08 AM

Open source events are popping up in Beantown

Posted by: Dkr
Linux blogs and news, Open source applications, open standards, TechTarget Blogs, Uncategorized, user group announcements

It must be the warmer weather. Ubuntu happenings are springing up everywhere in Boston. Just five days after Boston fans gathered at an upscale downtown nightspot to celebrate the release of Hardy Heron, Ubuntu's latest operating system, a local...

April 9, 2008  2:54 PM

Perens: The co-optation of patents, standards threaten IT innovation

Posted by: Suzanne Wheeler
Administration, interoperability and integration, Enterprise applications for Linux, Legal, licensing issues, Linux versus Windows, Microsoft, open standards

The success of open source software (OSS) has software giants like Microsoft running scared, OSS pioneer Bruce Perens says. Although most IT shops today use OSS such as Nagios, Samba, Apache and other programs, the open source community is still in a vulnerable spot, as software vendors use their...

March 28, 2008  1:17 PM

Vyatta router startup challenges rival Cisco with attitude

Posted by: Dkr
Data center physical infrastructure, Hardware issues, Open source applications, open standards

This blog post was written by Pam Derringer, SearchEnterpriseLinux.com's news writer.

You’ve got to hand it to Vyatta Inc. The Belmont, Calif-based startup daring to take on Cisco Systems Inc. with...

October 26, 2007  12:37 PM

ODF Alliance hails record growth in application support for ODF

Posted by: ITKE
open standards

The OpenDocument file format isn't really something we cover a lot here on the Log or on SearchEnterpriseLinux.com, but from time to time I like to check in on it for no other reason than Simon Phipps from Sun Microsystems said a

September 4, 2007  9:54 AM

ODF Alliance lauds ISO OOXML “fast track” rejection

Posted by: ITKE
open standards

Anyone out there following this OOXML (Microsoft's Office Open XML standard) debate? I have to admit, the whole OpenDocument thing has fallen to the wayside this year ever since I covered it ad nauseum in 2006. Seems I've been missing some heated discussions, to put it mildly. Today, it seems, I...


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