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Open Source After 12 Years

December 28th, 2010 12:58 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

GMGruman writes “12 years ago, seven people in a room coined the term “open source” and launched what initially seemed like a quixotic exercise. Today, open source is mainstream, with original believers such as Red Hat worth billions and superpowers such as Oracle buying in. But open source has changed along the way, says InfoWorld’s Peter Wayner, and may change more in coming years.”

Source: Open Source After 12 Years

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