Does Open Source’s Rise Spell The End Of Traditional Software Vendors? | Matt Away | Oct. 2, 2013 | readwrite.com
Is your conception of open source only about software? @mjasay says:
… open source is more than software.
Now we have “open source” car and bike sharing in Minnesota, an open source village cellular network in Mexico, open source data centers and more. While not truly open source—many of these projects don’t adhere to the Open Source Definition and don’t even try to do so—each indicates just how pervasive open source’s impact has been.
Indeed, open source is so big, it has even taken over Dilbert:
Which is not, of course, the same as taking over the software industry.
“Does Open Source’s Rise Spell The End Of Traditional Software Vendors?” | Matt Away | Oct. 2, 2013 | readwrite.com at http://readwrite.com/2013/10/02/does-open-source-rise-spell-the-end-of-traditional-software-vendors