Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Opensource Concerns

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Confused of Calcutta has a good post that lists reasons for people's reluctance to embrace open source software but it would apply to open source methods of production of content and distribution too as well as open access to content.
  1. They hate the principle.
  2. They believe it’s insecure.
  3. They’re out of their comfort zone.
  4. They know a better way.
  5. They don’t know about it.
  6. They can’t do what they want with it.
  7. The move represents serious operational risk.
Go across and read the full post.


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