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[News] XMind Becomes Free/Open Source Software

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XMind goes open source

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| XMind -- a powerful, Java-based mind mapping and charting application -- has 
| been open-sourced (it's free!) with version 3.0. While it's not my absolute 
| top pick for mind mapping, it ranks up there. I did have a license for the 
| paid version, and I can tell you that it packs plenty of punch. It has all of 
| the extra features I like: boundaries, relationships, summaries, notes, 
| markers, outline view, floating topics and more, as well as intuitive 
| keyboard navigation for rapid-fire brainstorming.      



webEdition 6 Now Open Source - CMS Open Source Code Plus Professional Services
Support Available From Manufacturer

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| Living-e AG announced that it is offering its successful content management
| system webEdition 6 as open source software as of today.


Open Sourcing BricaBox

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| Today, I’m excited to announce that BricaBox, LLC is taking the first steps
| to open source the BricaBox Platform.


The Total Growth of Open Source

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| The significance of open source has been continuously increasing over time.
| Our research validates this claim by looking at the total growth of open
| source. Our work shows that the additions to open source projects, the total
| project size (measured in source lines of code), the number of new open
| source projects, and the total number of open source projects are growing at
| an exponential rate.    
| Our results open gates for further research around the growth of open source
| and the acceptance of open source in industry and government. Future research
| should explore questions like what factors are influencing this exponential
| growth, how source code growth relates to the number of engaged software
| developers, and whether or how long open source can sustain this exponential
| growth.    

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