Linked by Adam S on Wed 1st Apr 2009 14:29 UTC
Web 2.0 We here at OSNews take open source software seriously. That's why, today, we're making our site's source code available to the public. While some sites have inline SQL statements, embedded passwords, afterthought modules, and sensitive data embedded into their pages, at OSNews, we have a strict system that employs no hacks whatsoever to extend functionality. This is why our site rarely changes look-and-feel and rolls out new features slowly, only after they've been rigorously tested. This code is offered under the BSD license: feel free to use it as you wish! So, today, we're proud to offer you the code that powers OSNews.com. Be sure to start with the README file to get started! Enjoy responsibly.
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A joke?
by kajaman on Wed 1st Apr 2009 20:46 UTC
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2006-01-06

Well, that wouldn't be supprising when lots of services use open source engines, and there's nothing really that interesting in osnews from technical side to keep it secret etc. Just do it guys!

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