The Consequences of Being an Open Source Company
May 14, 2008, 21:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Kris Buytaert)
"Fact is that different types of open source products might
require different approaches Alfresco to my knowledge has little to
no contributing community, Linux distributions tend to have a big
one, if not just in the form of the different open source projects
they pacakge. The MySQL community is more one of documentation,
helping out and bugsquashing. So my ideas aren't valuable for
everybody, which is maybe why Matt Asay can't understand me, he
might be looking at only one side of the picture.
"There are some little things that I can suggest however..."