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This morning I woke up to the news out in the public that Red Hat to Acquire FuseSource
You can read the Acquisition FAQ
to learn more what has happened.
This is really great news for the FuseSource
team, to find a new home that is truly Open Source down to its DNA. Our new home is the JBoss
Middleware Team, and they are no strangers to what we do. JBoss loves the
work we do in the Apache communities and they have been using projects like Apache Camel in their own JBoss products for many years.
For me personally this means I can continue to do what I love; with my devoted effort in the Camel communities and on the Apache Camel
My colleague Charles Moulliard
, got creative this morning, and gave the Camel a new hat.
|The Camel got a new hat. Photo by Charles Moulliard.|
I guess its time for me to get a new hat as well.
|Photo of Claus, not wearing a Red Hat (yet)|
And I gathered a list of some blogs that posted about this news from fellow employees
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