Does OSI Have the Right to Enforce the Use of the Term "Open Source"?
Jun 22, 2007, 13:30 (4 Talkback[s])
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"I find it interesting that much of the reaction on Slashdot to
the OSI cracking down on the use of the term 'open source'
questions whether the OSI has the right to do so.
"'So my license I make up for the hell of it with my terms that
still allows anyone to view and audit my code if not approved by
OSI means I can't market open source? Even though my code is open?'
is one comment..."