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Open Source’s Twentieth Anniversary: And Where the Next Twenty Years Will Take Us

Open Source's Twentieth Anniversary: And Where the Next Twenty Years Will Take Us

The Open Source Initiative (OSI) is celebrating its 20th birthday in 2018. The actual 20th anniversary is Feb.3rd, but there will be a number of notable events over the year to mark the occasion, including the launch of Opensource.

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Netlify 1.0 Launched, More Open Source News

Netlify 1.0 Launched, More Open Source News

On Dec. 7, 2017, Netlify announced its open source Netlify CMS project had hit version 1.0, boasting a fully-redesigned UI, a new media library and identity management. Mathias Biilmann, CEO of Netlify, told CMSWire Netlify 1.0, “provides an open source alternative to the rising number of proprietary headless CMS

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WordPress 4.1 Released, DNN Open Sources Automation Framework, More News

WordPress 4.1 Released, DNN Open Sources Automation Framework, More News

WordPress 4.1 has arrived, and it’s a substantial update. Named after jazz musician Billy Tipton, WordPress 4.1 “Tipton” has received enhancements for site building, workflow management, coding and widgets. WordPress users can now draft and schedule website re-designs via Customizer, as well as collaborate with others using shareable preview links.

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Mautic Offers Open Source Marketing Automation: CMSWire Review

Mautic Offers Open Source Marketing Automation: CMSWire Review

There was a time when only the world’s most elite brands were adopting marketing automation systems. Marketing software vendors tuned into the corporate need for streamlined marketing processes that companies could easily manage — and it worked. But that desire for automated marketing campaigns soon trickled down, and today,

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Back to Work Hadoopers, Hortonworks Is Fine

Back to Work Hadoopers, Hortonworks Is Fine

When Hadoop purveyor Hortonworks (HDP) filed a registration statement with the US Securities and Exchange Commission for a $100 million secondary stock offering last month, jaws dropped.  Though the move wasn’t altogether unexpected, the timing and the urgency surrounding it seemed suspicious. It spooked Wall Street and prompted a sell-off

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