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GROUND LAB Part 3: How open source objectively affected our development process

Jan 09, 2011, 15:18 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Our business functions within the current economic system led by the United States, which has its theoretical basis in the organization of a society's capital, based on the needs of production and the demand for that production. The current actual management of capital is secluded into non-production or demand-related structures of finance, but with open source information practices and new data management systems, a more informed, faster-responding network of capital procurement and structuring is possible.

"Using the tools mentioned above, we are starting to replace current business structures and streamline our business by making direct connections with our users and clients and the sources for the materials necessary for our products. We are replacing middle management with software tools, leaving labor to run a functional capitalistic market. Open source, as we have come to use it, is not against patents of use, but against patents of labor."

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