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[News] Bitnami Adds More Stacks to CMSs, the Power of Participation Explained

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Apache, PHP and PostgreSQL. All-in-one!

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| We are happy to announce the release of a new set of Infrastructure Stacks: 
| LAPPStack, MAPPStack and WAPPStack. These stacks provide an easy to install 
| distribution of Apache, PostgreSQL, PHP and supporting libraries. The 
| user-friendly installer allows users to quickly install and configure a 
| PHP-PostgreSQL platform on Linux, Windows and OS X.     


Involvement: Why I Love Open Source

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| Not only will I enjoy the product more as a result, I'll have the 
| satisfaction of knowing that thousands of systems administrators out there 
| might think just for a moment, "oh, they fixed that – great!"  
| It is an interesting experience. These small tweaks and fixes that I get to 
| make aren't the biggest contribution I make to the project in terms of lines 
| of code or hours of work, but they're tangible and real. The direct impact on 
| the user is visible and easy to understand. Implementing unit testing and 
| contributing to the building of a "Culture of Quality" in the project are 
| more complex and significant contributions, but they're also more abstract. 
| The small tweaks are actually kind of fun, and it's nice to know that here 
| and there, they is me.       



BitNami Adds Modules

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| Previously, each piece of software you installed with BitNami was entirely
| self-contained. For example, if you used their packaging to put both
| WordPress and Drupal on the same server, you'd end up with two copies of
| Apache, two of MySQL, and so on. While this made for easy configuration and
| trouble-free installs, it also had the potential to waste a lot of disk space
| and system resources.
| [...]
| The new approach makes using BitNami to set up a corporate server with a
| variety of open source software easier than ever.

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