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February 12, 2010


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Dan Scott

I guess the old saw is true: all the press releases in the world don't matter, it ain't open source until they show you the source and an OSI-approved license.

Err, is that an old saw? Sadly, the likely effect of this is that people who would otherwise have gotten very tired of the stagnant state of ILL software and started working on something to replace it (in a free software context, of course) focused on other projects, instead. Now we have a two-year deficit to add up. And my Ariel client is looking really nastily old at this point...

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