This is the 500th posting on Webmink.Com, and it’s taken about a year to get here. Thanks to all my readers for supporting me this far in my post-corporate adventure!
Interesting thinking about the opportunity for businesses to profit from open source involvement. Matthew hypothesises there is a natural space where acting correctly leads to profit. Unusual to see him dabbling with “invisible hand” thinking but welcome all the same.
Worth taking a look at this honest FAQ. Admitting to problems and explaining pragmatism is the key to progress in complex situations like this, as master-of-the-art Rich Sands explains in his white paper.
Good to see a fund that is both focussed on and can help open source startups.
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