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Open source question

  1. Oct 11, 2007 #1
    hi there,
    I been on google and ask.com for long time i still couldn't find the answer to "What are the differences between the open source paradigm and the traditional software development?"


    i tried "Open source paradigm" and "traditional software development model". i read through but it didnt help, the result wasn't revaleance.
    Could anyone link me to a correct source=(

    any help is appreciated!.

    from what i gathers:
    open source paradigm is like the internet, almost anyone can get involved but the good stuff is done by good people. thats the analogy there. traditional software development isnt so decentralized
     
    Last edited: Oct 11, 2007
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