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WorldWatch Week in Review

A look at worldwide OSS news for the week of November 1-7. more>>

Singapore Hosts Major Open-Source Meeting in November

The Asia Open Source Software Symposium wants to coordinate OSS efforts and facilitate communications across many Asian countries. more>>

TALOSS: Three-Dimensional Advanced Localization Observation Submarine Software

This new project from the Naval Undersea Warfare Center will test whether an integrated 3-D display can give the commanding officers of US submarines the ability to make better decisions faster. more>>

WorldWatch Week in Review

A look at worldwide OSS news for the weeks of October 18 - 31. more>>

WorldWatch Week in Review

A look at worldwide OSS news for the week of October 11 - 17. more>>

WorldWatch Week in Review

A look at worldwide OSS news for the week of October 4 - 10. more>>

WorldWatch Week in Review

A look at worldwide OSS news for the weeks of September 27 - October 3. more>>

EOF - Nation without Software: Why Iraq Needs Linux

An ignorant, corrupt government, war and sanctions have left Iraq without a software industry, providing a blank canvas for Linux. more>>

WorldWatch Week in Review

A look at worldwide OSS news for the weeks of September 20-26. more>>

WorldWatch Week in Review

A look at worldwide OSS news for the weeks of September 13 - 19. more>>

WorldWatch Week in Review

A look at worldwide OSS news for the weeks of August 30 - September 12. more>>

Finland Works on an Applied Linux Institute

Discussing the origins and the future of the ALI with its coordinator. more>>

WorldWatch Week in Review

A look at worldwide OSS news for the week of August 23 - 29. more>>

WorldWatch Week in Review

A look at worldwide OSS news for the week of August 16-22. more>>

WorldWatch Week in Review

A look at worldwide OSS news for the week of August 9 - 15. more>>
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