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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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