|Roundtable: The state of open source|
|Écrit par iwjason|
InfoWorld has put together a roundtable discussion on the State of Open Source, including interviews with Bruce Perens, Eric Raymond, Google's Chris DiBona, IBM's Bob Sutor, Microsoft's Sam Ramji (who says MS doesn't compete with open source), and the folks behind open source products and projects Alfresco, EnterpriseDB, Mulesource , Hyperic, Asterisk, and MySQL.
The discussion covers patents, Linux opportunities on the desktop, the economics and business of open source, missteps and infighting in the open source community, and ESR basically saying that closed-source programming is the today's dark age equivalent of bad sanitation from which all diseases spring.
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