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Ross Gardler

Ross Gardler's Public Library

09 Oct 09

Apache Wookie home page implementation of w3c widgets

08 Oct 09

A great list of links relating to open source business models and development strategis.

01 Oct 09

the war between open source and proprietary software is over - and moreover that open source has won.

30 Sep 09

There is no crowd in crowdsourcing. There are only virtuosos, usually uniquely talented, highly trained people who have worked for decades in a field.

27 Sep 09

Framework for thinking strategically about Mozilla grantmaking, to help guide the choice of problem areas in which Mozilla organizations might make grants and the creation of detailed strategies for each such area. The goal is for Mozilla to be a catalyst in spurring innovations and addressing problems in areas relevant to the Mozilla mission that are important for the future of the open web but have been relatively neglected by us or others who share our vision and values.

26 Sep 09

while IT operations is the crux of making sales in open source, it might well be that open-source companies should focus on community development and avoid making too much money so that they can maintain a healthy valuation.

23 Sep 09

How do we evaluate open source work in an academic setting?

22 Sep 09

"No amount of general ‘Just jump in, please join us!' shouting will work if the potential contributors you're trying to reach don't think that any such invitation could possibly be directed towards them.

18 Sep 09

Democratizing Innovation book and other related papers

17 Sep 09

How do sponsored open source communities differ from their autonomous counterparts?

16 Sep 09

We generally feel that through developing most of our infrastructure code in public there are various benefits for us as a commercial vendor.

15 Sep 09

examined a number of examples where foundations have begun to take advantage of new licensing models for materials and resources produced by their own staff, their consultants and their grantees.

14 Sep 09

Somebody that has posted a patch has: learned how to download the source, has learned how to build your project, has stepped through your code to find and understand their bug or new feature, and most importantly has shown a tremendous amount of initiative.

10 Sep 09

In a new study on open-source adoption in the business intelligence (BI) market, it's becoming clear that both the benefits and shortcomings of open source software are nearly universal across all technology segments.

10 Sep 09

The African Virtual Open Initiatives and Resources (AVOIR) builds capacity in software engineering in Africa using Free Software (Open Source) as the vehicle.

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