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Open Source Supply Chain “Full of Bugs”

From EnterpriseTech: I came across a link today to a news commentary which asserts that open source software is "a supply chain rife with security vulnerabilities and clogged with outdated versions of widely used software components." I'm often reluctant to give these types of stories too much air time, because they're often rife with FUD,… Continue reading Open Source Supply Chain “Full of Bugs”

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Welcome Swapnil Bhartiya

We're pleased to announce that Swapnil Bhartiya has been added to the fold of OSEN authors. Swapnil has a distinguished history writing about open source in major publications. We're honored to have him on board. He brings a wealth of knowledge about open source in the enterprise, IoT, and consumer electronics. Look for his first… Continue reading Welcome Swapnil Bhartiya

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New eBook: Building a Business on Open Source

I'm pleased to announce the publication of my ebook from the Linux Foundation, Building a Business on Open Source, with an assist from OpenSource.com. Many thanks to Libby Clark, Rikki Endsley, Stephen Walli, and Amber Ankerholz who all helped me at various stages of content development. Swapnil Bhartiya wrote a nice summary review at linux.com: It might sound… Continue reading New eBook: Building a Business on Open Source

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Toyota First to Market with Automotive Grade Linux Product

For those of us who follow open source business trends and products, we were blessed with a landmark announcement today from Toyota: the 2018 Camry will feature an entertainment system based on Automotive Grade Linux (AGL), the Linux Foundation collaborative project that counts car makers Toyota, Honda, Suzuki, Mazda, Mercedes-Benz and Nissan as members. This marks the… Continue reading Toyota First to Market with Automotive Grade Linux Product

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Why Project Moby is a Brilliant Move by Docker

On Tuesday, Solomon Hykes, Docker's CTO and co-founder, unleashed the Moby Project on the world. I'll admit I didn't fully grasp its significance at first. This might have something to do with being on vacation in Cape Cod and not being at DockerCon, but I digress. It wasn't until I read this Twitter thread from… Continue reading Why Project Moby is a Brilliant Move by Docker