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What Would Benefit Most By Adopting an Open-Source Development Method?

From: John F.
Sent on: Saturday, July 12, 2008 1:49 AM

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I have been mulling this over recently, actually, in an attempt to discern exactly what qualifies a development method as "open source". In particular where is education, science and their publishing traditions? Open source sunshine is being very disruptive in those fields currently.

Anyway, as most things /. it had some interesting diamonds buried in the debris. What are your thoughts?

John Fields

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