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Shared Source vs. Open Source: Panel from OSCon 2001 Transcript

By Justinfinity in MLP
Thu Aug 16, 2001 at 12:30:21 PM EST
Tags: Software (all tags)
Software

O'Reilly Associates has posted the transcript of the Shared Source vs. Open Source Panel Discussion from the Open Source Conference 2001.


Panelists included:

Clay Shirky
Accelerator Group, Shirky.com
Michael Tiemann,
Chief Technical Officer, RedHat
David Stutz
Software architect, Microsoft
Mitchell Baker
Chief Lizard Wrangler, Mozilla.org
Ronald Johnston
Partner, Arnold & Porter
Craig Mundie,
Senior Vice President Advanced Strategies, Microsoft
Brian Behlendorf
Founder & CTO, CollabNet
Tim O'Reilly
Founder & President, O'Reilly & Associates

For a couple days after the actual event I searched for a transcript. Unfortunately all i could find was RealVideo and RealAudio presentations (I will not use RealPlayer because of it's lame pop-ups, AOL-style, when you shutdown).

One thing this transcript is missing is Craig Mundie's and Michael Tiemann's speeches preceding the panel. After a quick look, I found the opening speeches.

If you'll excuse me now, I'm going to read the rest :-)

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