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Response to ZDnet article on Medsphere

Dana Blankenhorn has posted an article regarding my claim thatMedsphere has betrayed the community on ZDnet.Is Medsphere taking it back, is a great article overall, but its conclusion is terrible. From the article:Medsphere's board probably feels it was a Little Red Hen, doing all the work for a lazy community's profit. In his defense, Dana is one of many people who do not understand that Medspheres business model relies entirely on the community-built VistA codebase. Given its current actions, this makes Medsphere alot more like a"slimy brown leech" than a"little red hen". Still I am glad to see that the mainstream blogs are starting the pick this up. It is important for Medsphere's board to see that this issue will only get bigger and bigger, as it recieves more publicity.

Release-critical Bugreport for December 1, 2006

Bug stamp-out list for December 1, 2006

Oracle questions GPL open sourced Java

Oracle Corp's vice president of its Java platform group has questioned the decision made by Sun Microsystems Inc to release its reference Java implementation under the GNU General Public License.

SCO's Objections Denied! Wells's Order Affirmed - Novell Goes 1st.

Feast your eyes on this: Judge Dale Kimball has affirmed Judge Brooke Wells' June 28, 2006 Order. Here's the heart of it..

Linux Faithful: Vista No Threat

Don't dare ask Linux advocate Eric Raymond when he plans to run out to pick up his shrink-wrapped box of Windows Vista. Mr. Raymond is not alone. The Linux faithful were quick to dismiss Microsoft’s Windows Vista launch Thursday, saying it poses no threat to the adoption of the open-source operating system. Complex Vista pricing schemes and technical features will dog Microsoft and drive people to seek out Linux as an alternative to Vista, said Bruce Perens, founder of the Open Source Initiative.

Terra Opts for Open Source BI

Pentaho, a provider of Business Intelligence (BI) capabilities, announced today that international nitrogen products producer Terra Industries Inc. has selected the Pentaho BI platform to provide advanced reporting and analysis based on data in Terra’s SAP R/3 system.

2nd-gen Nokia Linux tablet rumor redux

Rumors of a successor to Nokia's Linux-based 770 Internet tablet are circulating around the Web again, today. Several sites show a blurry photo of a slightly larger, more rounded 770.

Nine ways to combat spam

  • IT Managers Journal; By Lorenzo Simionato (Posted by Scott_Ruecker on Dec 1, 2006 11:54 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: News Story
Anyone with an inbox nowadays knows that email spam is a real and serious problem. Luckily there are a number of techniques you can employ to contain this phenomenon and decrease the amount of junk mail you receive.

Thales' single board computers available with Sysgo's ELinOS

A leading provider of integrated PowerPC and Pentium-based VME COTS computing systems and solutions to OEMs and system integrators, and Sysgo, the European vendor of reliable device software, today announce that Sysgo's ELinOS, the first Industrial Grade Linux solution, is available aboard Thales' single-board computers (SBCs).

Techstats: Adoption of Open Source Databases

Solid Information Technology recently conducted a survey of attendees at LinuxWorld Conference and Expo held in San Francisco in August 2006 on adoption patterns of open source database technology. The goal was to uncover the barriers to adoption and what features were desired.

Open source lawyers take on e-learning patent

The Software Freedom Law Center has filed a request with the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) that is seeking to invalidate an "Internet-Based Education Support System" patent that is owned by e-learning provider Blackboard. Blackboard develops course management system applications that allow teachers in educational institutions and corporations to develop and support online courses including instructions, assignments and reading materials. The SFLC filed its request on behalf of the Sakai, Moodle and ATutor open source e-learning projects.

Network Management Fundamentals (Cisco Press)

  • certforums.co.uk; By James Pyles (Posted by tripwire45 on Dec 1, 2006 9:44 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Reviews; Groups:

This book is not what you might expect from a Cisco Press title. If you are looking for the config register setting in a password recovery procedure or want to find out what happens to a data-link frame when its received on a router interface, don't bother with this book. This is not a prep guide for the CCNA, CCNP, or any other Cisco certification. If you don't know what show startup-config or show ip ospf database router mean, find another book. Alexander Clemm's text has nothing to do with those details.

The Value of Linux for the SMB Market

Linux is here to stay. As the computing industry’s fastest growing operating system, some analysts predict that Linux will surpass Microsoft Windows in new server shipments in just a few years. This represents a significant growth opportunity for solution providers as Forrester Research estimates that 50 percent of SMBs would consider open source for desktop applications and 38 percent would consider open source for database applications.

Multifunction media player targets Nokia Linux tablets

The Instituto Nokia de Tecnologia in Brazil today released the first beta of the Canola media player for Nokia's Linux-based 770 and forthcoming "870" Internet tablets. Canola can index and render local and network-based music, video, and photos; play Internet radio; and deliver podcasts and photocasts.

Will Vista Be a Boon for Linux?

As enterprises of all stripes and sizes ponder whether or when to upgrade to Windows Vista, they could be confronted with at least three choices.

1) Stay with what they have
2) Migrate to Vista
3) Migrate to Linux

Linux lands on government desktops in Europe

Linux desktops continue to weave their way into the top echelons of European government, according to reports on the web this week. Two recent examples include the Birmingham, U.K. City Council and the French Parliament.

Email pioneer says breakthrough was too much trouble

The man who invented the internet's most popular email routing system says he would never have done it had he known how much trouble it was going to be. Eric Allman, who founded email routing system Sendmail, tells this week's edition of technology law podcast OUT-LAW Radio that he would "never have agreed" to the project had he known how much work it was going to be.

Blackboard Patents Challenged

A patent dispute pitting open source advocates for online learning technologies against Blackboard, the industry giant, became more bitter Thursday with the announcement that a formal request had been filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to revoke 44 of Blackboard’s patent claims.

[I know this is a re-post but it is nice to see this coming from a 'non' FOSS source. - Scott]

Kick-Start Your Java Apps with Ajax

Discover how to use Eclipse, DB2 Express-C, and WebSphere Application Server Community Edition -- all free to download, use, and deploy -- to create cutting-edge lightweight applications with relative ease. This tutorial shows you how to move an application from a conventional design, using JavaServer Pages (JSP), to one based on Ajax technology.

This week at LWN: Who is being divisive?

On November 23, the OpenSUSE project announced the first 10.2 release candidate. In its usual way, LWN posted that announcement; we tend to have a relatively large number of readers who are interested in software of great novelty and questionable stability. This time, however, a recent LWN subscriber took exception to our having posted the announcement:

"If I had know that LWN is going to support Novell's betrayal of the FOSS community by helping disseminate SuSE I wouldn't have spent the money."

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