Open source won. Now what?

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Open source won. Now what?
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Open source won. Now what?

As pivotal open source projects enter middle age, what's needed to ensure continued growth?

2023 sees a number of Open Source Software anniversaries being celebrated. The GNU Project was founded forty years ago, in September 1983, in reaction to a printer company restricting access to its...

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