Open-Xchange Moves to Open Source License
It may be one of the most significant GPL moves made in the software industry
this year, but you may not have heard of the product, or the company, that has
been shifted to a GPL license today.
The company is Netline Internet Service, a small German development shop. The
product is Open-Xchange Server. If that name sounds a bit familiar, or if it
looks like a typo, you are on the right track. Open-Xchange Server is the core
groupware engine for the SUSE Openexchange Server product, and now it will be
fully open sourced, Netline announced today.
(Submitted by Frank Neugebauer Thu Aug 5, 2004 )
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