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Old 11-17-2014, 12:12 PM   #1
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LXer: Dwight Merriman Part III: Vendor Lock, Forks & Desktop FOSS

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“Consumers like free, they’re big fans of that,” he went-on, “but I’m not sure that some of the other properties of open source are as big a deal to them as to a technical person who sees all these different facets that are interesting, whether it’s the forking side being interesting, that they can read the code or whatever. From the consumer point of view, you don’t get that usually.”



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