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GPL'ing your core is a good way to protect the core and of monetizing a decent slice of your adoption. But it's better utilized when a project is a bit further along, and it's arguably not a great model for software that will generally have the most valu
ExtJS claims to be open source. It's not.
Here are six implications for the start-up world. These assume that Chrome lives up to its hype. That's a big if.
Microsoft has apologized for the Sandcastle snafu. Is it finally starting to understand open source?