International Intellectual Property Alliance (IIPA) have just released their annual ‘Special 301’ report – this time blacklisting countries that promote open source software or prescribe its use in the government. Apparently, the IIPA have overlooked the fact that ww.whitehouse.gov uses the open source, PHP-based content management system, Drupal.
Eclipse.org have announced that they have received a $20,000 donation from Google. According to a blog post, the donation will […]
Google have released version 2.0.2 of Google Web Toolkit. This version is a bug fix release which adds some standard.css […]
The first Spring 3.0 maintenance release is now available for download. Spring version 3.0.1 has upgraded to AspectJ 1.6.8; and […]
Google have announced the release of version 1.3.1 of their App Engine SDK for both Python and Java. Version 1.3.1 […]
The Maven team have announced that the forthcoming Maven version 3 will be built on Google’s Guice. Maven has previously […]
The Google Collections Library team have released version 1.0-final, following five previous release candidates. Google Collections Library builds on the […]
On December 30th, Google released version 1.0-final of its Google Collections Library, an extension of the Java Collection Framework. Google […]