Sunday, September 18, 2005

Open source Business model

Dave pollard writes: There is as yet no consistent definition of Open Source Business. I've used the criteria for 'Open Source' from wikipedia to come up with this definition:A radically transparent organization which (a) operates through open collaborative partnerships with customers, employees, suppliers, and the communities in which it does business, (b) shares its sources of information, designs, specifications and processes with them, and (c) allows open participation in and makes public all decisions it makes, all operating information, and all documents it produces, on a creative commons basis.


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