1) Splice Machine’s decision to go open source reminds us that OSS is the new normal.
2) Bulgaria’s government now requires all software written for their use to be open source. Sam Dean weighs the pros and cons.
4) “Anything made by a human is vulnerable” writes Howard Soloman about industry misgivings over The Dao project, a blockchain effort.
5) Linux to be bumped to “a Web-based native version of Skype” due to a Skype rebuild.
Microsoft Kills P2P Skype, Native OS X, Linux Clients– The Register
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