For those who may have missed it, last fall George Mason University’s Zotero project prompted allegations of copyright infringement. Thomson Reuters, makers of the commercial reference management application EndNote , brought the lawsuit in a Virginia state court accusing GMU of violating itssite license to the EndNote software. Open source advocates are cheering the dismissal of the suit as a major victory. For more detailed information, see the Ars Technica article entitled "EndNote maker's lawsuit over open-source Zotero dismissed".
For those unfamiliar with Zotero, a free, easy-to-use Firefox extension designed to help researchers collect, manage, and cite research sources, a video explaining how Zotero works is here.