Tuesday, July 03, 2007
Links for 2007-07-03
Michael Tiemann, President of the Open Source Initiative takes a stand that unless a company uses an OSI-approved license they should not call themselves open source. I wonder what it would take for Michael Cote, James Governor and Stephen O'Grady, Alex Fletcher, Raven Zachary or any industry analyst for that matter to do the same?
Enterprise Architects want/need ECM standards now. Enterprise Content Management people don’t think that the ECM world is ready for them. They are both right, so let the fighting begin.
It is sad that as a society, we haven't reached the level of equality and that women are still undercompensated. How many more years will we still need to have this conversation?
If you are progressive and want to take back our country, then you must stand for something. Could you share with us what you stand for? Do you Stand to Reason?
The police found this threat more by luck than by homework. I suspect that this happens more than we think
I really wish that Shekhar Jha would post more often as he is absolutely brilliant. He mentions a company named JResearch Software who is approaching authorization from the developer angle which I think makes a ton of sense. I hope to see Gerry Gebel and Michael Cote hopefully blog on them in the near future
Most corporate blogs such as those of Sun's CEO aren't really about having a conversation or supporting customers, they are press releases, the same humorless monotone that no CEO has figured out how to escape
A thoughtful comparison of two leaders
Since when was it a requirement that an outsourcing firm actually have experience?
Another victim of outsourcing. Can we help him find a job so that he can support his family?
We can add ‘discharge shotgun’ to the list of things people who live in glass houses shouldn’t do. How transparent, how ethical is Tim O'Reilly, Michele Malkin or David Sifry?
ClearHealth is the First Free and Open Source Practice Management System to address the big five features: Medical Billing, Medical Accounts Recievable, Scheduling, Access Control, and EMR. I hope that analyst firms who cover open source could provide a little amplification for this product. Open source focused on industry vertical problems are much more fascinating than horizontal applications such as network monitoring, J2EE portals or ECM applications
I would love to see the folks at Intalio incorporate...
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