At Year-End, Open Sourcers Have Lots to Celebrate

The year 2010 was a seminal one for open source, which once conjured up–at least for the uneducated–images of troll-like, cave-dwelling developers who eschewed all popular software standards. Open source is everywhere as 2010 draws to a close, and we’ve already weighed in with our assessment of the four biggest open source events of this year. Some of the best analysts on the open source scene are also weighing in, including putting some metrics on the number of open source projects and general open source adoption. The results are eye-opening.

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