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Open Source

Submission + - How open source could benefit academic research (outercurve.org)

dp619 writes: Ross Gardler, of Apache Fame, has written a guest post on the Outercurve Foundation blog advocating that universities accelerate the research process through a collaborative sharing and development of research software while examining reasons why many have been reluctant to publish their source code.
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How open source could benefit academic research

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