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OpenQRM lives onMatthew Aslett, August 20, 2008 @ 5:02 am ET
We previously reported on the demise of Qlusters, the former open source systems management firm that handed the development of the openQRM project over to the open source community in April and apparently closed its doors in July.
While the interview covers the usage scenarios and immediate development goals for the projects, the impact of Qlusters’ non-involvement doesn’t even get a mention. The SourceForge stats indicate an increase in traffic since the changes occurred while downloads are also up.
One of the advantages of open source is that it enables code to outlive the demise of its original developer, and/or commercial supporter. It will be interesting to see whether OpenQRM will not only survive but maybe even thrive.
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