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Open source leads to outsourcing? Hardly


Open source leads to outsourcing?

It's doubtful that open source is leading to outsourcing and suggesting so seems like flawed reasoning. Post hoc ergo propter hoc comes to mind. In this case it seems (sourceforge) proved to be the best tool for the job (anyway, isn't enabling this kind of distributed communication Collab.net's business model?).


January 27, 2004 10:32 PM

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Seairth Jacobs
(January 28, 2004 01:23 AM #)

Further, he misread the article (or maybe I have). The one example in the article was demonstrating how the company could allow it's customers (not offshore developers) to be more connected in the development process, using an enterprise version ($$$) of the software. I think the article was hinting that off-shore developers could use the same technique. I did not get the impression that the given example was doing that.

I just think he didn't understand what he read.

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