[kwlug-disc] OSS opportunity to go mainstream, big time

Insurance Squared Inc. gcooke at insurancesquared.com
Thu Sep 16 17:52:32 EDT 2010


Linux?

Besides, it doesn't matter who follows.  OSS can take a foundation and 
improve on it, exceeding the original.  Browsers, email clients, OS, 
etc.  All better OSS products, even if originally closed.


On 16/09/10 05:45 PM, William Park wrote:
> I don't know.  Why do OSS always copy and follow successful and proven Windows
> application?  I can't think of any successful business or pioneer idea that
> involves OSS.
> Even Google is not "open source".  Facebook will say, "Get of my tail."
>    




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