Sunday, January 15, 2006

What does this mean?

I'm not trying to be difficult but what exactly is being said in the following lines?(taken from John Mort Walker's dismissal of the idea that there is anything special about open source):

"Open source is neither good nor bad.Open source is not a religion. It is not an ideology. It can be used for both good and bad. It does not inhabit the higher moral ground, nor is it a more ethical way to conduct business. It just is, and it will continue to grow and expand."

Its late, and so I'm not going to try and exegize his horribly jargonish business-style writing now but will try a bit later. (Groan)


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