A little over a week ago we launched an updated version of the OpenLogic corporate website. The basic page layout is largely the same, but there are some significant changes to the content, organization, and style.
As many of you know, I'm now working full time as the GNOME Foundation's Executive Director. From now on, I'll be blogging primarily on Stormy's Corner. Thanks for following me - I hope to see you at Stormy's Corner.
Every company should have an open source strategy and policy - or at least cover open source in their company's policy. Even if they don't use open source software, they should have a policy saying whether or not they could use open source or who would have to decide. Otherwise they'll end up wasting developer time.
The economic downturn is having an impact on businesses large and small in every sector of the economy, and everyone is looking to reduce expenses and maximize the value of existing infrastructure. Migrating to open source software is one of the best ways to achieve these goals, so we're offering a free webinar to help guide enterprises looking to get started with or expand usage of open source: "Navigating the Economic Downturn: Strategies for Cutting Costs with Open Source." This webinar will be held on Wednesday, October 29. A recording of the webinar as well as the slides will be available for download from the OpenLogic webinar library after the event.
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