[LINK] Will all software go open source?

Kim Holburn kim at holburn.net
Fri Jul 28 08:15:51 AEST 2006


> But is open source good for everything? Marten Mickos, CEO of  
> MySQL, thinks so. "There is no technical argument for keeping the  
> code closed. It can never deteriorate from opening, only get  
> better," he said. Even if Mickos thinks the open-source model has  
> proven to be technically superior, he sees the need for a more  
> sustainable business model. He thinks that in five to 10 years, the  
> model will be in place; all code will be open and money will be  
> made from it.

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