OSCON winds down with success story, economic nonsense, and a big gorilla

Posted by dave on Jul 31, 2004 5:22 AM EDT
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The final day at OSCON kicked off with an encouraging and standing ovation-evoking keynote from Cartography Associates President David Rumsey, who laid out how open source principles may be applied to an emerging "digital library world." That was followed by a Novell talk about the success of switching from proprietary to open source, a discussion of some "nonsense" economic theory, and a call for open source to step up and help feed a big, bad gorilla known as King Kong. Earlier OSCON stories: Day one, day two, day three, day four.

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