Publicly Funded Research: Tell Us Your Opinion01/14/2002
Jason Stewart and Harry Mangalam think all software that is generated as a result of publicly funded research should be licensed as open source. Andrew Dalke is also an open source supporter, but he argues that making this a requirement of publicly funded research projects will actually hinder the development of science.
Which side do you come down on? Let us know whether you agree with Jason and Harry, and support their OpenInformatics.org petition, or if like Andrew, you think making this a requirement of public research projects is going too far.
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Publicly Funded Research Open Code
2008-02-17 13:32:35 stvgrnfld [View]
And closed source.
2003-04-04 17:53:22 sophiax [View]
2002-11-08 00:43:50 anonymous2 [View]
Truly free licensing, not GPL
2002-01-16 08:10:37 brettglass [View]
2002-01-16 07:19:51 chip_coons [View]
I wish it was that simple...
2002-01-15 21:24:03 cerdo [View]
Not a valid reason...
2002-01-15 16:34:53 hamnrye [View]
2002-01-15 15:11:33 jbuck [View]
Dual-licensed GPL/commercial is ideal here!
2002-01-15 14:12:56 thebs [View]
It won't work
2002-01-15 14:01:17 epepke [View]
The owner of the software should have full access
2002-01-15 13:58:51 franklamonica [View]
How about a Grandfather clause for current closed source?
2002-01-15 13:50:05 akvalentine [View]
Open source is not sufficient
2002-01-15 13:28:11 rweiler [View]
2002-01-15 13:26:56 namyzarc [View]
Article from Glen Jacobson
2002-01-15 12:39:48 jason_e_stewart [View]