CNET/Yahoo!/SourceForge: VA Linux to sell proprietary softwareAug 24, 2001, 01:49 (34 Talkback[s])
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In the face of losses in excess of $200 million this quarter, VA Linux is changing the way it approaches its core software product, SourceForge, by introducing "closed-source enhancements" as part of a product it's calling "SourceForge Enterprise Edition":
"Now the Fremont, Calif., company will sell closed-source enhancements to companies wanting to use the collaborative programming software, called SourceForge Enterprise Edition, Chief Executive Larry Augustin said in an interview Thursday.Augustin's Letter to SourceForge Users
"With its new strategic focus on application software, VA is developing a commercial SourceForge product, SourceForge Enterprise Edition (formerly known as "SourceForge OnSite"). As part of SourceForge Enterprise Edition, VA will be developing proprietary extensions to SourceForge, including software that interfaces with VA Linux customers' existing proprietary applications, as well as other features enabling installation and integration.
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