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Commentary: One agnostic's view on open source theology

The most frustrating aspect of the open source crowd is the assumption that if you're not part of their solution you're part of the problem--that one must choose between Free Software and the Dark Side, as represented by"traditional" software companies such as Microsoft. Read the column.
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The most frustrating aspect of the open source crowd is the assumption that if you're not part of their solution you're part of the problem--that one must choose between Free Software and the Dark Side, as represented by "traditional" software companies such as Microsoft. Read the column. -- Jack MacCrisken, Special to ZDNet

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