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Submission + - The Limits of Open Source (thestreet.com)

Kailden writes: Wall Street pundits misleading investors is not a news story. Neither is their unceasing ability to muddle and doubt technology. The Street contends that open-source is limited due to the fact that although it increases competition and can cause companies to stumble, it will never dominate. Are they right?
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Submission + - The Limits of Open Source (thestreet.com)

Kailden writes: Wall Street pundits misleading investors is not a news story. Neither is their unceasing ability to muddle and doubt technology. The Street contends that open-source is limited due to the fact that although it increases competition and can cause companies to stumble, it will never dominate. Are they right?
Linux

Submission + - The Limits of Open Source (thestreet.com)

Kailden writes: Wall Street pundits misleading investors is not a news story. Neither is their unceasing ability to muddle and doubt technology. The Street contends that open-source is limited due to the fact that although it increases competition and can cause companies to stumble, it will never dominate. Are they right?

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