Computer Business Review: Open Source Tactics
Mar 30, 2006, 21:15 (7 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Michael Azoff)
"The debate over the viability of Open Source Software (OSS) has
not disappeared--there are views that consider its sustenance to
not only be questionable in the long term, but also from a moral
high-ground perspective to be questionable.
"The tactics of the large IT players only adds to the confusion,
as without doubt OSS has become a pawn in their merry Darwinian
dance of survival and oneupmanship. One of the arguments is that
according to psychologists, if you give something away for nothing
you devalue yourself..."