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Posted: 2020-09-03 13:31:14

Academic Study Says Open Source Has Peaked: But Why?

From Glyn Moody at Techdirt.
Originally published 2020-09-03
When you stream the latest Netflix show, you fire up servers on Amazon Web Services, most of which run on Linux. When an F-16 fighter takes off, three Kubernetes clusters run to keep the jet's software running. When you visit a website, any website, chances are it's run on Node.js. These foundational technologies -- Linux, Kubernetes, Node.js -- and many others that silently permeate our lives have one thing in common: open source.
When you stream the latest Netflix show, you fire up servers on Amazon Web Services, most of which run on Linux. When an F-16 fighter takes off, three Kubernetes clusters run to keep the jet's software running. When you visit a website, any website, chances are it's run on Node.js. These foundational technologies -- Linux, Kubernetes, Node.js -- and many others that silently permeate our lives have one thing in common: open source.
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