August 10, 2010

Mugshot: Red Hat's social Networking Platform

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Mugshot was a social networking website created by Red Hat. Unlike most other social networking websites (which are concerned with advertising), it offered a desktop client and web widgets.

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Mugshot was a social
networking website created by Red Hat. Unlike most other social networking
websites (which are concerned with advertising), it offered a desktop client and
web widgets.



 Mugshot was meant to facilitate real-world interactions with friends, and
make one's normal computer use more social. It provided the functionality of a
social network aggregator.



 Licensing


 The software that ran the Mugshot site is free software, and most of the
client code is distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License (GPL).
Various parts of the server code are distributed under the GPL, the Open
Software License 3.0, the Apache License, and the MIT License, all of which are
free software licences.

 Mugshot was meant to facilitate real-world interactions with friends, and make one's normal computer use more social. It provided the functionality of a social network aggregator.

 Licensing
 The software that ran the Mugshot site is free software, and most of the client code is distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License (GPL). Various parts of the server code are distributed under the GPL, the Open Software License 3.0, the Apache License, and the MIT License, all of which are free software licences.

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