"In recent years, Open Source has become a relevant and
strangely addictive force in IT. As the Internet age has dominated
businesses and consumers with the same well oiled, yet clunky
machine, Open Source has crept out of the dimly lit bedrooms
occupied by toiling hackers and into the network rooms and
'enterprise centric strategies' of todays businesses. Open Source
has not just become more acceptable, it has become more
"Despite the over-production of rubber penguins and increasing
technorati blogging about Open Source across the net, Open Source
still has a long way to go in achieving the kind of acceptance and
use we as enthusiasts optimistically predict..."
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