Open Sources Episode 7: pervasive open source

Open your earholes to the latest episode of Open Sources podcast. This time we talk about pricing, microblogging and more!

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Episode 7 of Open Sources started off just fine as our guest Chris Fleck, Vice President, Solutions Development & Community Evangelism, Citrix joined us on time and with a good Skype connection. Sadly, AudioHijack had a bit of a hiccup and stopped recording. As such, we'll have to try again with Chris. In the meantime you can check out his blog.

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On the plus side, we effectively use the mute button in order to avoid the breathiness you've come to love. Next week we're recording with Reductive Labs/Puppet honcho Luke Kanies and multi-multi-multi-media star Sarah Lacy (finally!)

In this episode:

  • Enterprise microblogging and the fact that Dave got chumped by the CEO of Yammer (or did he chump them?)
  • SocialText Signals and the one-stop collaboration shop
  • Baseline Magazine seems to be stuck in 2003
  • Twitter is hiding their business model from us
  • We both missed the Open Source Think Tank cause we don't drink wine and would prefer some kind of Candyland
  • Open source pricing and transparency--people get hung up on numbers
  • Lots of people are going to OSBC, I'll be offering a bit of open source Shawshank Redemption
  • TheFunded Startup school--good idea if they get the right people

Intro music is The Mob Goes Wild, by Clutch from Full Fathom Five: Audio Field Recordings 2007-2008. The exit music is Man's Ruin, a true rarity--the only known recording of legendary NJ doom-surf band The Dungarees. It was recorded on a boom box in a basement and stands as the only (known) recording of this Jersey-shore legend.

You can follow us on Twitter @daveofdoom and @mjasay.

About the author

Dave Rosenberg has more than 15 years of technology and marketing experience that spans from Bell Labs to startup IPOs to open-source and cloud software companies. He is CEO and founder of Nodeable, co-founder of MuleSoft, and managing director for Hardy Way. He is an adviser to DataStax, IT Database, and Puppet Labs.

 

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