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OpenNMS Celebrates 10 Years

March 30th, 2010 03:32 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

mjhuot writes “Quite often is it claimed that pure open source projects can’t survive, much less grow and create robust code. One counter example of this is OpenNMS, the world’s first enterprise-grade network management application platform developed under the open source model. Registered on 30 March 2000 as project 4141 on Sourceforge, today the gang threw a little party, with members virtually attending from around the world. With the right business savvy and a great community, it is possible to both remain 100% free and open source while creating enough value to make a good living at it.”

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