Archive for October, 2011

Radical Open Source – Licensing

Friday, October 14th, 2011

I’ve already posted something about this here. Now, I’ll go straight to the point! Proliferation of Open Source licenses is a complete mess, despite initial good intentions (anyway, not all open source licenses are used to foster openness of code and collaboration). Why so many licenses? Many reasons! (the list of open source licenses here […]

Radical Openness

Friday, October 14th, 2011

Next Ted Global 2012 is going to address Radical Openness. They say: “The world is becoming increasingly interconnected and open. Radically open — manifesting itself in open borders, open culture, open-source, open data, open science, open world, open minds. With the loss of privacy that it implies, openness carries its own dangers. But it breeds […]