A blog for the enterprise open source community
FAQMatthew Aslett, November 10, 2008 @ 6:45 am ET
Who will be interested in 451 CAOS Theory?
451 analysts developed this blog as a forum to share links and perspectives on open source that are important to the enterprise open source community. The blog discusses and scrutinizes the opportunities and challenges and notes relevant news, trends and developments in the commercial open source marketplace. Anyone and everyone interested in hearing 451 analysts’ perspectives – and sharing theirs as well – is encouraged to participate.
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