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  • Lucene Search Gets Some New Functionality

    Apache's Lucene search engine has just picked up some multilingual, natural language support with the recent integration of Teragram Linguistic Tools. This integration gives Lucene the capabilities to compete with some of the bigger search engines on the market today.

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  • Enjoy Your Day at ApacheCon Europe '08

    Not happy to just let people come to their new developer portal, Day Software is heading over to ApacheCon Europe 08 in Amsterdam to do a little social networking. On Friday, April 11, Day's chief scientist, Roy Fielding will deliver a keynote address entitled "Apache 3.0 (a Tall Tale).

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  • WSO2 Releases New Mashup Server on SOA Platform

    WSO2, an Open Source SOA company, has launched a new product called Mashup Server 1.0. This new server combines the capabilities of developing “situational” mashups with the Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) platform. WSO2 was partially founded by some members of the Apache Software Foundation Web services community.

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  • Day Software Ushers Open Source Devs into the Fold

    Global CMS and content infrastructure purveyor Day has added a handful of major contributors, from the annals of open source, to its senior developer team. Poaching from the resources of the open source movement is an activity of growing popularity. In particular, open source Web CMS offerings are less

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  • Windows Server '08: Virtually Ready -- Sans the 'Virtual'

    Continuing a trend that began with Office 2007 and was followed by Windows Vista, Microsoft announces that the Beta 3 version of its next generation server operating system is available for download and will go into manufacturing before the end of the year.

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  • Covalent is THE Apache Support Group

    The enterprise-targeting open source solutions purveyors at Covalent Technologies just announced they'll be offering Add-On Tech Support for 12 more open Apache -based products on a per-incident basis.

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  • Roller Graduates, Earns Top-Level Apache Status

    It has been a long five years, but the Roller Weblogger blogging platform has finally graduated from the Apache Incubator and achieved top level status as an Apache project.The Roller Weblogger project began with a blog post by primary developer Dave Johnson on April 11, 2002 and gained momentum with

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