International

Antenna to the East

A follow-up story to the September LJ issue topic of community networks. more>>

WorldWatch Week in Review

A look at worldwide OSS news for the week of August 2 - August 8. more>>

WorldWatch Week in Review

A look at worldwide OSS news for the week of July 26-August 1. more>>

Trade Practices Act Is Basis for Australian Complaint Against SCO

Is SCO breaking the law? Con Zymaris explains the Open Source Victoria complaint in Australia and offers advice for reporting SCO to the correct regulatory agency in your country. more>>

WorldWatch Week in Review

A look at worldwide OSS news for the week of July 19-25. more>>

WorldWatch Week in Review

A look at worldwide OSS news for the week of July 5-11. more>>

FLOS Caribbean: Success, Part II

A larger and more diverse community is working for widespread FLOS adoption in the Caribbean. more>>

WorldWatch Week in Review

A look at worldwide OSS news for the week of June 29-July 4. more>>

FLOS Caribbean: Success! (Part 1)

Bank officers, government officials, and free software business people come together to understand the future of IT in Trinidad and Tobago. more>>

WorldWatch Week in Review

A look at worldwide OSS news for the week of June 20-June 27. more>>

The Trinidad and Tobago Linux Users Group and the FLOS Caribbean Conference

A conversation with one of the conference's organizers about the state of free and open source. more>>

FLOSS Gives India a Boost in Many Markets and Endeavors

A recent conference in India offered examples of how FLOSS affects everything from education and health services to internal software markets. more>>

WorldWatch Week in Review

A look at worldwide OSS news for the week of June 12-June 19. more>>

Free Software Carnival: Latin America Takes to FLOSS in a Big Way

Talking with Cesar Brod about the spread of free software in Latin America. more>>

Developing Countries Gain from Free/Open-Source Software

A new report from Finland says that FLOSS use is increasing around the world for business, education and political needs. more>>
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