Interview with Eric S. Raymond

Eric Raymond on the history and future of open source.
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This is a very open and refreshing interview with Eric S. Raymond who was one of the people who coined the term “open source” and has written his book “The Cahedral and the Bazar (CatB) where he analysis why the open source development approach is so ideal! Here he speaks about his hopes and disappoints relating to the rise and fall of big companies like Google, Microsoft, Linux, Linspire, Ubuntu and the role that out-source approach help to solve in the challenges faced by the world like climate change, sea acidification, etc, to which he candidly says that the most important lesson from out-source is that we have to work as a unit with an open mind with no secret agendas where freedom of thought is the key!! Couldn't agree more!!RFID Tags

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