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  1. Consultancy run by James Vasile and Karl Fogel.
  2. Looks like an interesting project.
  3. Practical benefits of participating in FLOSS.
  4. I think David is wrong. Almost everyone I know who makes it a requirement of any job they seek that it will only include work on free software can do so. Those that want to work primarily on free software have very little trouble. Do you get a choice of all jobs? No. Are the jobs as interesting or as high paying? You can't count on it. You have to be very very good to work on free software only without compromising. But I think that might be asking a bit too much.
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  6. Another CLS. I really should make it one of these some year.
  7. A bloggy lit review on the economics of FOSS.
  8. "The model aimed to rationalize several puzzles observed in the industry, such as why Red Hat, a high-quality firm, contributes significantly more to Linux than any other firm and why a market with mandatory sharing can actually produce higher-quality products than a proprietary market."
  9. Bizarre.
  10. And the name was "freed software." Weird.
  11. 25-05-2010 to , , , by mako
  12. Nice article! Maybe the babe in the bikini is not so necessary to this article about free software and politics that mentions Indonesia?
  13. Article by Jeremy Allison about why mono is a problem. I think he's right.
  14. Three kinds of openness.
    updated: 08-11-2011, original: 08-11-2009 to , , , , , , by mako
  15. This makes me so happy!
  16. I've always hired free and open source software developers. But I guess I'm probably difference.
  17. Good idea. Let's see if it works.
  18. Special issue of a magazine with articles on women in open source.
  19. Article by a leader of an internal HP "open source" user group type organization. Interesting.

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