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December 19, 2006 by

OSDL's future in China

A recent posting from a ZDNet Asia colleague got me wondering about the state of Open Source Development Labs (OSDL) in China. My friend and BLUG member, Xia Fang, who is OSDL's manager of strategic relations, assured me that "at this stage it has not affected China yet".

December 2, 2008 by

The code is all right

Business models are a two-way street, and regardless of how open source is doing for vendors no one doubts any more that it's great for users.

December 4, 2006 by

The meaning of the OSDL lay-off

To stay relevant OSDL should focus on what's missing, and what remains missing is a legal framework all users can rely upon to avoid patent and copyright liability. That's what it is now working on.

August 7, 2007 by

Morton: no merging of OpenSolaris with Linux

Don't expect to see key features of OpenSolaris showing up in the Linux kernel, said a top  Linux maintainer.At his LinuxWorld opening keynote, Andrew Morton made it very clear that the appointment of former OSDL CTO and Debian co-founder Ian Murdock to Sun's OS platforms organization will not translate into a merging between the open source version of Solaris Unix with Linux.

April 30, 2007 by

SCO tried to gag Torvalds

Unix company was gathering information to support a court order to silence individuals related to its open-source legal case against IBM.

February 18, 2005 by

OSDL's Stuart Cohen Unplugged

Meet Stuart Cohen, CEO of Open Source Development Labs. In some ways a product out of IBM's old school era, Cohen and his organization are the ecumenical North Pole of an open source world, which is struggling to straddle the fence between the direction it's going (business mainstream) and the place it came from (the hacker community).


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