On Mon, Apr 7, 2008 at 5:39 PM, Ciaran De Buitlear
<ciaran.debuitlear at gmail.com> wrote:
> We "discovered" the ACS in 1999
> We then started to work on AIMS http://www.totalaims.com based on the
> Openacs and the rest is history…
They each seem interesting, but IMO it would be good to hear the story
of your general approach to OSS over the years, and how it helped in
some specific examples. Was it all just take? (I don't mean that as a
criticism, it's for the taking) or what ways did you give back too.
Was it /fun/, stuff like that. It sounds like there's nearly 10 years
of solid examples of using OSS in successful ways, it'd be great to
hear about tips you've picked up along the way.
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