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Photos: Open Source Business Conference

Sun President and COO Jonathan Schwartz: "The most popular products in world will be free--whether they are open source is more of sideshow." More from OSBC.
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Sun President and COO Jonathan Schwartz: "The most popular products in world will be free--whether they are open source is more of sideshow." More from OSBC.

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Bill Hilf, Microsoft director of platform technology strategy, gave a presentation about coopetition, or how to best to live in a Microsoft world. More from OSBC.

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SpikeSource CEO Kim Polese announced that her company would create a distribution that includes SugarCRM and the LAMP stack that enterprises can just plug into their enterprise and keep it current will all the patches and updates as part its support service. More from OSBC.

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"I don't think Silicon Valley understands the power of Wikipedia, how it works or the opportunities it represents," Mitch Kapor said during his OSBC keynote.

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Nick Carr believes that the utility computing model is inevitable, just as the power grid eventually become a centralized plug and play resource. More from OSBC.

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Jim Grisanzio, Sun's OpenSolaris community manager, and Steve Gillmor, the real attention bunny. More from OSBC.

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Steve Gillmor interviewing Redmonk analyst Stephen O'Grady during OSBC.

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Peter Graf believes that less mature open source projects won't survive enterprise consolidation. More from OSBC.

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John Roberts, CEO of SugarCRM, and Marten Mickos, CEO of MySQL during a panel on the value of open source to vendors and customers at OSBC.

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From left: Ken Rudin, CEO LucidEra; Andy Astor, CEO EnterpriseDB; Dave Dargo, SVP Ingres; Curtis Edge, CIO The Christian Science Monitor; and Ken Jacobs, vice president of product strategy for servers, discuss the effects of commercialization on open source production at OSBC.

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From left: Billy Marshall, CEO of rPath; Nancy Faigen, general manager of Linux at Novell; John Roberts, CEO of SugarCRM; and Marten Mickos, CEO of MySQL, discuss the impact of open source in the enterprise. More from OSBC.

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Tim Bray, director of Web technologies at Sun, and Bill Voss, Sun's CIO at OSBC.

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Stanford Law Professor Larry Lessig gave one of his signature talks about the tension between the old world of master controllers (cable and telcos owning the pipes) and the new world of creative and innovative commons fostered by the Internet and digital media. So far the digerati have been out-lobbied in the corridors of power in Washington D.C. More from OSBC.

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From left: Bob Sutor, vice president of open source and standards at IBM; Stephen Walli, vice president of open source development at Optaros; Jason Matusow, who led Microsoft's Shared Source Initiative; Tim Bray, director of Web technologies at Sun; and Andrew Updegrove, partner at Gesmer Updegrove LLP debate the relationship between open source and open standards at OSBC.

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