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Joe Stanganelli
Joe Stanganelli
8/3/2016 | 1:09:23 PM
Re: The Central Office Re-Architected as a Data Center
Respectfully, as beneficial as open source can be for various use cases and for all the pros and cons of open source vs. proprietary, I vigorously disagree with the go-to argument that proprietary inherently inhibits innovation.  Does open source encourage innovation?  Sure, it can.  (It can also encourage a lot of bickering over standards and nothing real getting done while huge bugs persist.  Open source is "open" in that way.  ;) )  But that doesn't mean the lack of open source is inherently inhibitive.


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