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When And Why Do I Update Open Source Policy Rules?

Jesse Hood | OpenLogic | October 24, 2012

In today’s article I will discuss some internal and external events that may cause you to update your open source policy rules.  For this discussion it is important to differentiate between the open source software (OSS) policy and the rules that flow from the policy. Read More »

Why Open Drug Discovery Needs Four Simple Rules For Licensing Data And Models

Antony J. Williams, John Wilbanks, and Sean Ekins | PLoS Computational Biology | September 27, 2012

As we see a future of increased database integration, the licensing of the data may be a hurdle that hampers progress and usability. We have formulated four rules for licensing data for open drug discovery, which we propose as a starting point for consideration by databases and for their ultimate adoption. Read More »

Why Procurement Professionals Need To Get Open Source Savvy

Phil Marshall | Open Source Delivers | June 3, 2013

Procurement’s primary role is to obtain goods and services in response to business needs.  When it comes to commercial software, procurement has long played an active role working with development teams to meet their needs for code... Read More »

Why You Should Support The SHIELD Act

Simon Phipps | InfoWorld | March 8, 2013

Shocker! All sides of the debate agree the SHIELD Act offers part of the reform needed for U.S. patent system Read More »