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CAOS Theory PodcastRaven Zachary, May 14, 2008 @ 4:46 pm ET
A month or so ago, I was having a conversation with The 451 Group’s Vice President of Research Services, Simon Carruthers, about ways to expand the offerings of the CAOS Research Service. The CAOS Research Service includes aspects that are public (such as this blog), but the majority of the work that we do is accessible only to our paying clients, namely our research articles and reports, as well as our advisory service.
We made the decision to add a biweekly conference call for clients – a roundup of the top open source issues for the past two weeks, with insight provided by the 451′s open source analysts, Jay Lyman, Matt Aslett, and myself. For those who could not dial in for the call, we provided the audio file as a private podcast. Last Friday was the second conference call. The concept was inspired by Diane Rehm’s News Roundup on NPR.
As of today, we have turned the client conference call into a public podcast. This comes at the request of our clients, actually. Thanks to Simon for the go-ahead to make this open to all. Clients will be allowed to dial-in to the live call and submit questions in advance.
- Black Duck Software acquires Koders
- Sun, IONA, Sourcefire, and Actuate announce quarterly results
- Sun’s new OpenSolaris push
- Adobe and the Open Screen Project
- SpringSource’s new platform
- The state of open source venture funding
- What’s up with MySQL?
- Desktop Linux troubles
- Qlusters stepping away from open source
- OSI Board election
- Open source social – centralized or distributed?
- The Open Source Census
We’d love to get your feedback on the podcast – post a comment here or send me an email – firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!
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