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Bootstrap creators leave Twitter for Obvious and GitHub but vow to keep working on open-source project

thenextweb.com
Mark Otto and Jacob Thornton (aka @mdo and @fat), who created front-end Web app development toolkit Bootstrap whilst working at Twitter, have decided to leave the social networking company. In a blog post, Otto and Thornton promise that they will both continue to work on the Bootstrap project, which was...
Bootstrap creators leave Twitter for Obvious and GitHub but vow to keep working on open-source project

Bootstrap's Maintainers Leave Twitter For GitHub And Obvious Corp., Will Move It Into Its Own Organization

techcrunch.com
Twitter’s Bootstrap, an open-source framework for quickly building web sites and apps, has been a massive success. It’s even starting to spawn its own ecosystem of related services now. Mark Otto and Jacob Thornton, the two developers behind the project, however, have now decided to leave the company to pursue...
Bootstrap's Maintainers Leave Twitter For GitHub And Obvious Corp., Will Move It Into Its Own Organization

Open vs. Fast, Good vs. Evil, Google vs. Facebook

hueniverse.com
The landscape of the community-engineered social web, the one based on open technologies, has changed dramatically over the past few months. If you took a year off and just came back, you would probably not recognize it at all. The movement that started with protocols such as OpenID, OAuth, and...
Open vs. Fast, Good vs. Evil, Google vs. Facebook

Two Open Source Communities Battle It Out Over Trademarks

www.techdirt.com
Trademarks are a fickle beast. It seems that no matter what you do, no matter what you name your product or service, no matter how you color your shape your logo, someone comes along and claims that you are infringing their own trademark. Sometimes the trademarks are within the same...
Two Open Source Communities Battle It Out Over Trademarks
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