No one wants to fire them
While tech companies are laying off staff claiming that they are cutting costs because of “economic headwinds” they do not seem that keen to let their open saucers go.
MariaDB.com rumoured to be floundering
The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell-on-earth rumour declaring that the open-source database company MariaDB.com is deep in trouble.
Weaponised and bogged down
Open source and cloud technology might be collateral damage in the war between Russia and Ukraine.
Protesting against not giving back to the community
Popular open-source libraries colors and faker were defaced by their creator as the open saucey equivalent of a suicide bombing.
No more of your ‘orrible roast beef eating proprietary stuff
The French government's wants to use open source to make it a vector of digital sovereignty and a guarantee of "democratic confidence."
Ballmer was wrong about Open Source
Microsoft’s current president Brad Smith has accepted the company was on the wrong side of history when it called Open Sauce software cancer.
We have in our hands a piece of paper which means Linux on the desktop in our time.
In an uncharacteristic notable U-turn, newly elected politicians in Munich have decided that its administration needs to use open-source software, instead of proprietary products like Microsoft Office.
How Open Source conquered the world
CNBC Explores released a 14-minute documentary this month called "The Rise Of Open-Source Software" that open-source software "has essentially taken over the world".