A petition was recently posted on We The People demanding that federally funded software be released under an open source license. Makes sense. The public should have access to what is technically their property.
However, TechDirt posed the question of whether it should be released under an open-source license or public domain, and I’m afraid they really missed the point.
Continue reading Government’s Release of Federally Funded Source Code: Public Domain or Open Source? Yes. by Benjamin J. Balter →
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