From: Infoworld: I NORMALLY DON’T like to write about open-source efforts until they are fairly mature, but some ideas are just too good to ignore.
One such effort is the newly announced OpenCD Project (http://www.theopencd.org). Its concept is very simple, so simple in fact that if the current team fails to follow through on it, I have no doubt that someone else will.
The first premise of the OpenCD project is to deliver a number of mature, useful, open-source desktop solutions on a single CD. Now that is hardly unique, but the second premise may be: The goal is to run on Windows and perhaps Mac OS. (read the full column)
My spin: Open source software is low cost for businesses but be careful if you plan on building your entire enterprise based on open source software – what about support? updates? stability?
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