The Business Lessons Behind Commercial Open Source

As the world of commercial open source software has grown, numerous business models have taken shape surrounding free products. Just consider Red Hat’s business model, which consists of selling support and services for open source software. That model is being imitated by countless commercial open source companies. But does making money from free software have implications that extend beyond just the open source arena. Glyn Moody creates an interesting case for that argument.

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