Friday, October 05, 2007
More Links for 2007-10-05
Mike Kavis believes that others should help spread the word that open source isn't just about Linux. Maybe Mike could talk about where folks get their information, such as all those advertising dollars paid by barely open source vendors and their outsourced PR departments otherwise known as industry analysts.
No matter how good Liferay Portal is, you can always find an enterprise architect that will overpay for a commercial closed source portal that has less functionality.
Matt Asay is a good person and the only thing that I wish he wouldn't do is sell his soul by attempting to convince others that a company can be open source when they don't make all of their source code available.
Adrian Grigoriu has way too much integrity to be blogging. In reality, the only thing you need to know is Microsoft PowerPoint and the art of polishing turds. Treating it like a discipline in most corporations is not required.
Many IT executives are busy planning their 08 budgets and on their radar is the desire to procure additional industry analyst insight.
I wonder if Mike Kavis understands the simple truth that most enterprise architects don't actually know other enterprise architects in other enterprises. Many of us are insular in nature.
Links to this post: