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17 Feb 2017 Friday Five - February 17, 2017 [60715]
Red Hat, February 17th, 2017

The Friday Five is a weekly Red Hat blog post with 5 of the week's top news items and ideas from or about Red Hat and the technology industry. Consider it your weekly digest of things that caught our eye.

  • Finalists announced for the 2017 Women in Open Source Award
  • PCMag India - Blockchain: The Invisible Technology That's Changing the World
  • TechTarget - Red Hat's 8 rules of successful Open Source
  • ITPro - What is Open Source?
  • Red Hat Mobile Blog - Developer Awards - The Best Kind

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16 Feb 2017 Lime Microsystems and Canonical announce LimeNET crowdfunding [60667]
Canonical, February 16th, 2017

"Lime Microsystems and Canonical have today announced the upcoming launch of the second round of crowdfunding for LimeSDR the flexible, next-generation, open source Software Defined Radio. The new campaign called LimeNET is intended for use primarily as a mobile and IoT base station. LimeNET base stations hold the potential to completely transform the way telco networks run by shifting the emphasis and value away from proprietary hardware to open hardware with app stores on top..."
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16 Feb 2017 Top 10 FOSS Legal Stories In 2016 [60626]
opensouce.com, February 16th, 2017

"The year 2016 resulted in several important developments that affect the FOSS ecosystem. While they are not strictly 'legal developments' they are important for the community.

For one, Eben Moglen, the general counsel of the Free Software Foundation, stepped down. Eben has been a leader on FOSS legal issues since the late 1990s and has been critical to the success of the FOSS movement. The FOSS community owes him a huge debt of gratitude, and I expect that he will continue to be active in the FOSS community. The success of FOSS adoption was dramatically illustrated when Microsoft joined the Linux Foundation and summarized in the article, Open Source Won. So, Now What? in Wired magazine..."
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16 Feb 2017 Why Is IoT Popular? Because Of Open Source, Big Data, Security And SDN [60627]
Data Center Knowledge, February 16th, 2017

"Why is everyone talking about the Internet of Things (IoT)? It's not because the IoT is a new concept - it's not - but rather because the IoT intersects with several other key trends in the tech world, from open source and big data to cybersecurity and software-defined networking.

If you think the IoT is a new thing, think again. The term Internet of Things has been around since the late 1990s. Devices other than computers and phones have been connecting to the Internet for decades. Neither the concept nor the substance of the IoT is very novel..."
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15 Feb 2017 Why Is Iot Popular? Because Of Open Source, Big Data, Security And Sdn [60629]
The VAR Guy, February 15th, 2017

"Why is everyone talking about the Internet of Things (IoT)? It's not because the IoT is a new concept -- it's not -- but rather because the IoT intersects with several other key trends in the tech world, from open source and big data to cybersecurity and software-defined networking.

If you think the IoT is a new thing, think again. The term Internet of Things has been around since the late 1990s. Devices other than computers and phones have been connecting to the Internet for decades. Neither the concept nor the substance of the IoT is very novel..."
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