News, reviews and commentary on all aspects of Linux and open-source software, including application servers, communications and database servers.
Mozilla Taps New CEO|
The company looks to John Lilly to grow its business while ex-CEO Mitchell Baker focuses on Mozilla's vision.
Old-School SUSE Executives Take Over Open-Xchange|
Two of pre-Novell SUSE's top executives are taking the open-source groupware company Open-Xchange.
Torvalds Still Will Not License Linux Under GPL v3|
The Linux creator said copyright owners would have to agree to licensing changes, and those who didn't would have to rewrite code.
OpenVZ to Release Pre-made Ubuntu VMs|
OpenVZ, the open-source community arm of SWsoft, will soon be releasing ready-to-run Ubuntu server and desktop virtual machines.
After SCO Dies|
Opinion: Could Novell open-source Unix? What will OpenServer customers do? Can Sun claim some customers for OpenSolaris?
Interoperability Still Stumbling Block for Open Source in 2008|
Enterprise customers want open-source solutions to continue to work together over update cycles.
NeoOffice: The Open-Source Office Suite Alternative for Macs|
Opinion: Yes, it's great news that Microsoft will be releasing a new version of Microsoft Office for the Mac, but before calling in your credit card number, you should check out a free, open-source alternative: NeoOffice.
Rocket gOS 2.0, the Latest Ubuntu-Google Marriage, Days Away|
The new version of gOS, the desktop Linux, which combines Ubuntu with dedicated links to Google applications, will be unveiled at CES.
A More Open Microsoft|
Your Linux and Mac clients won't be left out in the cold when Microsoft upgrades its Windows Server 2008 software later this year.
Debian 4.0 Gets Security Update|
One of the most popular of the community Linuxes saw out the old year with a new security release.