Posts Tagged ‘open source’
The next version of the CC license is available to use, and has had two years of legal improvements to make it the best licence yet
Should a good software update always leave a way back, wonders Simon…
Dual licensing relies on ownership rights that inevitably come into conflict with the nature of open source. Richard Hillesley investigates…
The first day of Python’s UK conference is now winding down. Here’s a quick look at what happened and what’s still in store…
Bombermine shows just what’s possible when everyone plays together nicely, argues Simon…
Human beings are still worth cherishing, even if the computer can do it all, argues Simon
Has Windows 8 been designed to hold people back rather than push them forward?, wonders Simon
Rise of the Guardians ‘primary tools’ have now been released with an open source licence, allows for sparse volume processing
The source for Raspberry Pi’s VideoCore drivers has been released, leading the way to a finished Android port and other hacks
The North American LinuxCon has only just kicked off today, but there’s already been some news out of the show
Firefox 15 has been released, and includes a few updated on both desktop and Android versions, including speed and tablet optimizations.
We interview Michael Meeks about LibreOffice’s future, what features he wants added, and the state of LibreOffice on Android and iOS.