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Gerald O'Sullivan
Enterprise Architect and Software Developer
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Wonderful quote from this article:
"An organization, sooner or later, ships its org chart as its product; the Windows organization was no different. Open source doesn’t have that problem."

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Red Hat believes that software patents impede innovation in software development and discourage open source innovation. That's why we're proud to announce Red Hat's updated Patent Promise. That promise, originating in 2002, was based on Red Hat’s intention not to enforce its patents against free and open source software. Get the details on the new version that significantly expands and extends Red Hat’s promise, helping to protect the open innovation. http://red.ht/2xk0U0M
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"This is a pretty important, first, tangible step in moving Enterprise Java forward and it’s encouraging to see Oracle moving ahead at a rapid pace." - Rich Sharples, Senior Director of Product Management, explains Red Hat's take on Oracle's announcement to move Java EE to the Eclipse Foundation and what this means for the open source community.

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Reddit has archived its core repositories and will no longer receive updates. Future development will be done behind closed doors.

But they still "believe in open source, and want to make sure that our contributions are both useful and meaningful." Errrm, by not releasing the code anymore?

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GOV.UK Pay’s main application code is public and freely available under an MIT Licence and the GOV.UK Pay team's code is on GitHub.
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Redhat applauds Oracle's decision to move Java EE to an open source foundation

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Redhat applauds Oracle's decision to move Java EE to an open source foundation
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