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Open Source

Did you know that the Open Source Initiative, aka the OSI, has a mailing list to discuss license issues? Neither did I, until a couple of months ago. So, if you're the kind of person who likes to watch sausage being made, or you're just an amateur fan of the Open Source license process, go check it out: To subscribe to the mailing list, send an email to license-discuss-subscribe@opensource....
on Oct 27, 2005
In a recent news article, my boss said we're going to figure out how to make all of our software free (as in beer). As I've said previously, I'd like to ask everyone reading this to indulge me for a minute, and actually imagine that he's serious. Because I really beleive he is. And for those of you who are wondering why we just don't go and do it already, I'd like to mention a few of the things...
on Jul 22, 2005