Open Software Development in the Real World
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We hear a great deal about challenges to violations of Intellectual Property Rights. How are open-source developers, interested in bringing new functionality to the software world, able to complete their projects without falling victim to attacks regarding intellectual property challenges?
William Jolitz's experience bringing 386BSD, the foundation of all UNIX like operating systems, to the software community without Intellectual Property challenges gives him special insight into the necessary steps to take.