The open source movement has many proponents, and the Open Source Initiative, or OSI, has been key to its momentum. || Join the chat: bit.ly || In this week’s OS.ALT you can see my interview from oscon with Simon Phipps from the OSI. We talk about what the OSI is, what changes are happening to its structure, and how everyone can now both support and benefit from the Open Source Initiative!
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