As emerging commercial open source vendors continue to struggle in competition with AWS and other major cloud providers, I examine the views of three key open source executives about the best methods to survive and thrive with commercial open source.
#opensource is fantastic! For corporations. They put something out there, based on their #proprietarysoftware (with some #openwashing ), hoping that volunteers will make commits, improving their proprietary malware for them.
Under the bipartisan Protecting Data at the Border Act, border officers would be required to get a warrant before searching a traveler’s electronic device. Last month, the bill was re-introduced into the U.S. Senate by Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) and Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.). It is co-sponsored by Sen....
#microsoft and its front groups in the #eu (this is well documented by the way) devised a bundle of methods/lies to paint #freesw as #antitrust issue, #monoply abuse etc. #sco had attempted similar things.
I've worked for nearly a decade in a #freesw services company; we have lots of clients, hundreds of servers we look after. In this whole time the only #security incident we have was a >misconfigured< #jboss instance; no data compromised, just DDOS.
Last night I patched 7 servers; #corporatemedia likes us to think that because there's some bug in some #freesw (Free software), and unlike #proprietarysoftware those are NOT back doors (there by design), it's thus the end of the world.