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Comment: CYA (Score 2) 57

by halivar (#47664355) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: Corporate Open Source Policy?

I'd do some research and find out what other projects have had issues with. In particular, make sure you actually own the copyrights or have a distribution license for everything you intend to open source. All it takes is one lazy cowboy coder and Google to screw your whole project. Also, understand the license you intend to distribute under, and what licenses are incompatible with it.

Comment: Re:This is a shining example (Score 4, Insightful) 327

They assume that small government would be staffed with highly qualified and highly motivated people

By no means! A small government will attract the same sorts of people; the difference is the evildoers can't hide in the massive, inscrutable cogs of the machinery. Accountability is easier when there are fewer places to pass the buck.

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