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Staten og Open Source - US diskussion



Eric Raymond og nogle andre diskuterer om Staten skal støtte
Open Source. Diskussionen fortsætter...

http://www.prospect.org/controversy/open_source/

Personligt synes jeg bedst om Jonathan Band. Eric Raymond er imod
al Statslig indblanding... specielt ved at definere standarder. Han 
har ikke øje for at staten, der jo også bruger IT sætter et eksempel 
- men ok uden stat (som ESR jo nok gerne ser) er der denne mulighed
nok ikke så relevant.

Referater:

Eric S. Raymond
"We experience Microsoft's attempts to monopolize and the government's i
attempts to regulate as equally threatening, equally disruptive, equally 
evil." [read more]

Nathan Newman
"There is an almost charming Gatsbyesque quality to the techno- libertarian 
denial of the past in plotting the brave new unregulated future of cyberspace. 
Less charming to many is the fact that so much commercial money has promoted 
this ideological denial, with many high-tech leaders seemingly buying their 
own myth." [read more]

Jeff A. Taylor
"As with every other kind of government action, I think the first rule has to 
be: Do no harm. And I think it is likely that the more government tries to 
support open source, the more it will end up harming it." [read more]

Jonathan Band
"A remedy requiring Microsoft to publish the Windows source code would 
obviously help the open-source movement. Requiring Microsoft to abide by 
the open-source license principles going forward would be even better." 
[read more]


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