At PC Forum in Scottsdale, Ariz., Mozilla President Mitchell Baker and SpikeSource CEO Kim Polese talk to technology trend-watcher Esther Dyson about how open source projects are managed.
By ZDNet Staff
| April 11, 2005 -- 16:16 GMT (09:16 PDT)
| Topic: Open Source
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