Yearly Archives: 2011

Establish Mechanisms to Monitor Your Governance Program: Open Source Development Tip #10


December 14, 2011 By
Terry Bernstein

We’ve been publishing a series of tips on managing your use of open source maximize benefits and minimize the risks.  You can find earlier posts in the series here and a summary of the entire set of tips here.  In today’s post, we complete the series with a tip on establishing mechanisms to monitor the […]

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Take Our Development Survey For a Chance to Win Jason’s Brand New MacBook Air‏


December 7, 2011 By
Emily Blades

We want your opinion Last year over 1,600 of you participated in our annual open source development survey. As we continue to develop our commercial products and invest in core open source projects, we’re interested in hearing about your experiences and current challenges. If you are a programmer, manager, or technology executive, we would appreciate […]

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Webinar Replay Now Available: Nexus 2.0 Sneak Preview


December 4, 2011 By
Emily Blades

Thank you to everyone who made it to our Nexus 2.0 Sneak Preview webinar last week!  We had a fantastic turnout and received tremendous interest from our users in the features that are coming in Nexus Pro 2.0, including: Integrated security and licensing reports to discover problematic components Improved availability with our new Nexus Availability […]

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Continuously Monitor Production Applications: Open Source Development Tip #9


November 27, 2011 By
Terry Bernstein

We’ve been publishing a series of tips on managing your use of open source to maximize benefits and minimize the risks.  You can find earlier other posts in the series here and a summary of the entire set of tips here.  In today’s post, we continue with a tip on continuously monitoring production applications to […]

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How to publish your Gradle project to the Central Repository


November 14, 2011 By
Terry Bernstein

Sonatype makes it easy to add your projects to the Central Repository with a free, public hosting service called OSSRH, that we recently wrote about here.  Many developers have found this a very useful service and easy to use with Apache Maven.  However, if you’ve started using Gradle, you may have wondered if you could […]

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November Community Spotlight: Manfred Moser of simpligility technologies


November 7, 2011 By
Emily Blades

Open source software emerges when people work in unison to create something greater than any one of them could create on their own. While the result may always be a collective work, the contributions and sacrifices that make a project thrive are always individual. These contributions deserve recognition. Sonatype will be paying tribute to the […]

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