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NOTE: The following is a guest post from Anthony Gold of the Open Solutions Alliance: After 24 years of working for one, and only one, company, I've made the decision to leave Unisys to devote my full efforts to the... Read More..
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I follow my fellow ebizQ open source blogger Alex Fletcher, as I hope you do, and I very rarely disagree with him. But I think his take on the French having a big lead on (North) America in open source... Read More..
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In the past, no one in information technology (IT) cared and few even asked if you were liberal or conservative (Labor or Tory, Democrat or Republican, etc.), what country’s passport you carried, what religion you professed (including none), and what... Read More..
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As part of the August 20, 2008 Open Source Software (OSS) Roundtable on ebizQ, we asked attendees the following question: "How important are the quantity of solutions in a decision by your company to use open source?" The poll was... Read More..
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In a recent post, I said the open source software (OSS) community needs to go back to basics because the “us vs. them? thing has become so tiring. But what are the basics the OSS community needs to get back... Read More..
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The open source software (OSS) community needs to go back to basics. The "us vs. them" thing over intellectual property, this or that vendor's choice of how to market its products and/or services, OOXML, quality control, "Halloween memos," SCO Unix,... Read More..
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I try to write something at least once a week relative to open source software (OSS). But I'm not finding anything interesting, thought-provoking, comment-causing, or sticky (which has something to do with how many of you read this post) this... Read More..
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Bill Gates was widely quoted (and dissed of course) late in April 2008 for saying something about open source vs. free software and the GNU General Public License (GPL). The quote of what he supposedly said makes him look so... Read More..
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I ran across this very thorough and thought-leadership blog post recently by Paul Young, director of Product Management at Netstreams. Like me, he apparently is not directly part of the open source software (OSS) movement but analyzes its dynamics from... Read More..
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Here is an example of the cookie-cutter Microbashing from the open source software (OSS) fringe that I mentioned in a post on March 23. I thought it was a new thing but I have since found out that Microbashing has... Read More..
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Dennis Byron’s blog on open source software: A longtime market research analyst follows what “the movement? means to business integration—in applications, infrastructure, as services, as architecture and as functionality.

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