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1. The Joomla! community
(News/Joomla)
...ally considered to be artistic works. Artistic works1 are designed and developed by third parties, most being commercially recognised, legally accountable businesses. These artistic works fall under m...
Monday, 30 July 2007

... the benefits of creating non-GPL compatible works, regardless of whether or not people get them for cost. So commercial and proprietary by and large have no place in this discussion. Firstly, let's s...
Monday, 16 July 2007

3. Open source democracy
(News/Joomla)
...sive rights over stuff. That stuff may be who has a voice amongst Joomla. That stuff may be the legitimacy of commercially and non-GPL compatible licenced extensions and the ability for certain Joomla...
Thursday, 12 July 2007

...ked to Joomla!, have not changed their stance in regards to third party development.  Mambo still allows commercial and free non-GPL compatible extensions to be developed and interfaced as plugin...
Tuesday, 03 July 2007

5. Memberships
(Legal/Standards)
...ralian Web Industry Association and of the Guild of Accessible Web Designers. We are also part of the Joint Commercial Developers Alliance that services the Mambo, Joomla and Elixis open source comm...
Saturday, 30 June 2007

6. Still open for freedom
(News/Joomla)
...03. That licencing primer also exists on Joomla! to this day, in regards to what third party developers, both commercial and non-commercial can do amongst Joomla! and under what freedoms they can rele...
Thursday, 28 June 2007

...nd clients of Absalom Media ? Nothing. Business continues as usual. We still continue to produce high quality commercially licenced design and accessibility work for your business, regardless of the c...
Thursday, 21 June 2007

...currently interacts with Joomla! as is. One is JED, the Joomla! Extensions Directory, based on mosets tree, a commercial non-GPL package. Another is the Joomla Summer of Code with Google, which is sti...
Thursday, 14 June 2007

...ised copyright and licencing arrangement that supposedly supercedes all previous versions and it does mention commercialisation. Now before anyone panics, what does this mean ? The licence clause in q...
Wednesday, 13 June 2007

10. The cheese isn't stolen
(News/Joomla)
...ave it removed under Freedom of Information so that their privacy remains intact. As for the ongoing issue of commercial and open source licencing for Joomla! and its extensions, I wait to see who sto...
Tuesday, 12 June 2007

...ly, the licence of the entire Joomla! core product is up for review. There have been repeated threats against commercial developers by one of the project managers of Joomla!. So not all is well in the...
Friday, 08 June 2007

...a web standards compliant CMS. In both cases, threads and users were shown the door in a way that would make commercial predatory software organisations, such as Microsoft and the BSA, proud. Yet th...
Sunday, 29 April 2007

13. The medium is the message
(News/Culture)
...ting the enormous amount of visuals that plague us every day. They stripped away everything in our path but commercial and graphical messages leaving us with a very dark and sad truth. "The am...
Thursday, 29 March 2007

14. The power of community
(News/Joomla)
...as not always this way. Sure, Mambo has it's own fair share of controversies, such as the use of Emir Sakic's commercial SEF component used to advertise Mambo on the demo site for Mambo, but it still ...
Friday, 23 February 2007

15. Political policies
(News/Culture)
Many major commercial and non-government organisations thrive on policies and manuals. There are times and places where such documentation is needed, but also times when such things do need to be corr
Tuesday, 20 February 2007

16. Humanly possible
(News/Joomla)
...ts when editing in the backend administration portal of Joomla! if this is not addressed correctly. I've seen commercial closed source packages fail in this respect and it would be wise to keep fronte...
Tuesday, 20 February 2007

17. Back in the groove
(News/News)
...se technologies in a web accessible environment. Image retouching for modelling / comp cards / advertisements Commercial music post-production editing / remixing Logo and typeface development, under t...
Sunday, 18 February 2007

18. Full Disclosure
(News/Mambo)
...lopment is that it allows people to freely modify existing code and fork it into a new or derivative version. Commercial development, on the other hand, is usually limited in distribution through end ...
Friday, 23 September 2005

19. Cannibals
(News/Mambo)
...ibuted is under LGPL, some under BSD licence, some under various Creative Commons licences, and some released commercially with attribution (as well as a few other licence types I've probably miss...
Friday, 09 September 2005

20. New Arrival
(News/Joomla)
... Eddie said. "It marks the continuation of one of the best open source software collaborations without commercial restraint or intervention." ? He said the baby Joomla! would b...
Friday, 02 September 2005

...ambo winning was something like David knocking over Goliath, he agreed. "To win the best of show against commercial behemoths like Red Hat, Novell, Sun, HP, Computer Associates and IBM just shows...
Friday, 25 February 2005

22. Building a Better Web
(News/Mambo)
Too often, open source CMS systems are seen as the "kid brother" to commercial software. Too often, the commercial pieces of software suffer from software bloat and creeping featuritis.? Now
Wednesday, 27 October 2004

23. CSS: Styling the world
(News/Mambo)
...control styling on the web,? numerous small and large corporations have sought to put this technology to good commercial use. This is primarily the reason why Absalom Media focus on web standards as p...
Tuesday, 05 October 2004

...y affected by the above. Taken from http://creativecommons.org/licenses/GPL/2.0/ As you can see, GPL allows commercial work to benefit of the code involved, as a due result of the freedoms given to ...
Saturday, 18 September 2004

25. Latest gossip
(News/News)
... Absalom Media as our?download section is now restored. Purchasing is also online - which includes our latest commercial design, Technology....
Thursday, 29 January 2004

26. Privacy Policy
(Legal/Terms)
...rmation we collect is used to improve the content of our Web page and not shared with other organizations for commercial purposes. If you do not want to receive e-mail from us in the future, please le...
Monday, 29 December 2003

27. Terms of Use
(Legal/Terms)
...s recommended that a work for hire agreement is reached and paid for prior to work commencing. As all work is commercially licenced, in order to maintain warranty and trading terms, you are not author...
Monday, 29 December 2003

28. Coffee theme for sale
(News/News)
The first commercial theme by Absalom Media, Coffee, is now available for sale. It includes a static button bar, is fixed width at 1024 by 768 and is built with embedded fonts for IE. If you
Saturday, 06 December 2003

29. Downloads
(Static Content)
...iting and support packages for a wide range of content management packages, both in the open source arena and commercially licenced closed source. Plugins We have developed a unique range of conte...
Tuesday, 05 May 2009

30. Frequently Asked Questions
(Static Content)
...t licences for different needs: GNU GPL, for free products and ports from other GPL work Creative Commons Non-Commercial ShareAlike Attribution, for work that is freely available, whilst requiring pay...
Tuesday, 24 April 2007

31. Downloads
(Static Content)
...iting and support packages for a wide range of content management packages, both in the open source arena and commercially licenced closed source. Plugins We have developed a unique range of conte...
Tuesday, 05 May 2009

32. Frequently Asked Questions
(Static Content)
...t licences for different needs: GNU GPL, for free products and ports from other GPL work Creative Commons Non-Commercial ShareAlike Attribution, for work that is freely available, whilst requiring pay...
Tuesday, 24 April 2007

Kaliber10000 (K10k) is an independent, non-commercial web zine which strives to inspire, to provoke, to allow both others & ourselves the joy of having full artistic freedom - to give people a break,
Monday, 05 February 2007

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