Free software

Ask Dave Taylor: Why do companies pay to produce software they ...
Daily Camera - CO,USA
A: That's a very reasonable question, actually, and I'd like to first talk about why companies pay to produce free software, then look more closely at the ...
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Free Software Freedom day celebrated in Nepal
Kantipur Online - Kathmandu,Nepal
Minister for Environment, Science and Technology Ganesh Shah unveiled 'Nirvikalpa'-- a collection of free softwares--on the occasion. "Free software is the ...
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What's so great about free software? - USA
Beyond the basic attractiveness of "free" as a price point, the openness of free software delivers all sorts of worthwhile benefits. ...
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Road Warrior: Today, Sept. 20, is Software Freedom Day
What They Think - Lexington,KY,USA
Though not technically part of the free software movement, PowerDesk is probably the most important software one can use in Windows if you have to deal with ...
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SGI relicenses OpenGL:"A huge gift to the free software community"
Tectonic - South Africa
... released by SGI in 1999, has been running on licenses that were accepted by neither the Free Software Foundation (FSF) nor the Open Source Initiative. ...
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Blogs Alert for: Free software

SGI Frees OpenGL Contributions!
By spikeb
(Sept. 19, 2008) — As software developers the world over prepare to mark the 25th anniversary of the GNU System, Silicon Graphics, Inc. (NASDAQ: SGIC) today announced it is releasing a new version of the SGI Free Software License B. ... - Free Software News... -

Open source group sues Quebec, Microsoft for no-bid software ...
By Beta Tester(Beta Tester)
A major problem for the development of free software is, ironically, the fact that it isn't worth anything. Not monetarily, that is, but now an open source group says its government must be forced to consider its value anyway. ...
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OpenGL Released As Free Software
By Vivek Gite
OpenGL was developed by Silicon Graphics Inc. (SGI) in 1992 and is widely used in CAD, virtual reality, scientific visualization, information visualization, and flight simulation. Read more: OpenGL Released As Free Software ...
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Why I love Debian
By euneeblic(euneeblic)
It's more like a free software distribution system for all architectures. They offer three other operating system kernels than Linux, and they distribute thousands of other software packages that go far beyond the basic operating system ...
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Starting a Free Software project
By Fran├žois(Fran├žois)
Getting started with a Free Software project and making it available to the community can be confusing for first-time software authors. However there are a couple of things worth knowing that will help you attract more users and ...
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