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+ - How to make an Open Source Business->

Submitted by mjhuot
mjhuot (525749) writes "Many of us love working in open source software, but few of us have figured out how to do it full time or to make a career out of it. At this weekend's Southern California Linux Expo, keynote speaker Tarus Balog presented an inspiring talk on how he has been able to create a successful services company supporting the open source network management application platform OpenNMS. If you were unable to make the conference, the talk is available online and is worth checking out."
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Comment: No savings, big time sink (Score 1) 1137

by Golden_Eternity (#27878105) Attached to: Your Commuting Costs By Car Vs. Train?

I live in LA. I spend as much in gas as I would on a montly metrolink pass. Also my 3 hour daily commute would go up to around 6 hours.

Not to mention needing to wait for my roommate to come pick me up 2-3 times a week after work holds me late and I miss my bus/train.

I'd be happy to take public transit if it saved me anything.

Comment: Re:It Is Rated R! #6 for Opening Weekend! (Score 1) 448

by Golden_Eternity (#27697225) Attached to: Watchmen 50 Days On, Was It Worth the Gamble?

I know a lot of people who refuse to see movies in the theater anymore, just cause of how bad it is to deal with rude audience members; especially for a movie like Watchmen that we actually care about. I'll be buying the DVD to show my support, but I won't punish myself with another 2 hours of text messaging teens and crying babies.

"Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain." -- The Wizard Of Oz

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