Things i learned from being the only developer on a few open-source projects.
The latest "Microsoft vs. open source" wave is washing the blogosphere. Seems like Microsoft just can't win...
Hibernate, Genuitec and LGPL in between. Today both sides agreed on something, and it doesn't look good for Genuitec.
My previous entry on IBM's hold over Eclipse has provoked an interesting response from the Executive Director of the Eclipse Foundation. The description of the Eclipse Foundation verbatim is an independent, not-for-profit foundation supporting the Eclipse open source community. Mike provides a few examples of Eclipse projects that have 0 IBM contributors, one of them being BIRT, and another being...
So, looking back and then gazing forward, what's your choice for top three open-source libraries / tools / frameworks that have changed our world?
Is too much open source bad for the field? Without proper precautions, open source may be headed towards oblivion.