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The Rise Of Open-Source Software

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Open-source software powers nearly all the world’s major companies. This software is freely available, and is developed collaboratively, maintained by a broad network that includes everyone from unpaid volunteers to employees at competing tech companies. Here’s how giving away software for free has proven to be a viable business model.

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The Rise Of Open-Source Software

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By Tcll5850_old

this video makes no mention about the REAL Open Source initiative and only mentions corrupt companies like Intel, Google, Facebook, Amazon, Microsoft who don't really care about Open Source.

they care about control, they don't care about your freedoms.

they are evil, and them controlling the incentive behind Open Source is not a good thing for us.

this is not a win for Open Source, this is a submission to corporate greed if we continue to allow them to control us.

By Tcll5850_old

Microsoft didn't acquire GitHub to affirm it's Open Source position

Microsoft acquired GitHub to profit off it's use, they don't care about the incentive at all


I got off GitHub when they partnered with Micro$**t, and I'm glad I did

I use GitLab which actually puts the F in FOSS