StonyandCher writes: "SourceForge is launching a open source services market place.
Currently in beta, the market place will be designed to allow paying customers find open source developers, including those working on specific open source projects.
The catch is that SourceForge want to make between 12.5% on small projects and 7.75% on projects over $US500. This seems like a fairly hefty commission to me.
What do others think?"
Andrew writes: "The Register is the first major news site to bring to light Apple's apparent lack of support for Java SE 6 stating: "Leopard may have 300 new features, but it is unable to run Java SE 6 (aka 1.6), even though that same version is available for both Windows and Linux. That has taken some Mac users by surprise, including some on this user forum on Apple's website. Several users there say 1.6 is so central to the development work they do on a daily basis that they will be forced to use an OS other than Leopard if it remains incompatible." — Here's to hoping Apple will surprise us all this week with a final version via Software Update..."