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Magazine articles on open source efforts such as Linux and GNU.
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Sep/Oct 2015
Rosenthal et al.
Enhancing the LOCKSS Digital Preservation Technology The LOCKSS Program develops and supports libraries using open source peer-to-peer digital preservation software. mark for My Articles similar articles
August 19, 2015
X2CRM Releases Version 5.2 of Its Open-Source CRM Software X2CRM 5.2 adds new Workflow Macros, Topics Discussion module, and Platform features. mark for My Articles similar articles
Fast Company
John Paul Titlow
GitHub Is Still Under The Biggest DDoS Attack In Its History In the biggest DDoS attack in its history, GitHub is facing an onslaught of malicious inbound traffic from what appear to be China-based sources. mark for My Articles similar articles
Chemistry World
March 19, 2013
Ilia Guzei
OLEX2 v1.2.1 OLEX2 is a program for small-molecule structure solution, refinement and the preparation of publication material in the field of single-crystal x-ray crystallography. mark for My Articles similar articles
Nov/Dec 2012
Algee et al.
Viewshare and the Kress Collection: Creating, Sharing, and Rapidly Prototyping Visual Interfaces to Cultural Heritage Collection Data Viewshare is a free, open-source visualization platform developed by the National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program at the Library of Congress and its partners. mark for My Articles similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
May 2012
Ryan Leavengood
The Dawn of Haiku OS How a volunteer crew brought a crack operating system back mark for My Articles similar articles
National Defense
March 2012
Eric Beidel
Teams Look to Crowd-Source Military Vehicle Design The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has given contracts to the Georgia Institute of Technology, Vanderbilt University and General Electric to come up with open-source software that allows for easy widespread collaboration. mark for My Articles similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
January 2012
Mark Anderson
Data Mining Scrabble Using an open-source artificial-intelligence crossword game program called Quackle, a visiting assistant professor of statistics at Carnegie Mellon University ran nearly 10 million simulated games to discover which Scrabble letter tiles confer the most value to a player. mark for My Articles similar articles
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