Dragging One's Feet to Open Source
Jul 14, 2007, 20:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Matt Asay)
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"I have to say I'm disappointed. CentricCRM released a
significant chunk of code under an OSI-approved open-source
license, yet still doesn't seem to appreciate that open source
means something to the community, and to the industry. That meaning
is not for CentricCRM to define. It is for the community to define,
and such definition has almost universally been found in the OSI
(Open Source Initiative) for nearly a decade.
"As Brian Behlendorf has declared, the purest right in open
source is the right to fork..."