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Allan Benamer

Actually, Ethan Zuckerman has NOT withdrawn his SL is not Open Source complaint. He makes the same case that I would make -- the server source code is not under a GPL-like license. This is a philosophical point but eventually one that has practical implications. Can progressive nonprofit IT types truly be comfortable putting their content down into yet another data silo? It seems to be a repudiation of what we accomplished on the Web and still continue to do. It runs against the grain of all our calls for open API and open source technology.

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