More Mozilla FUD - This Time From An MIT Professor
Monday October 18th, 1999
Mike Cusumano, co-author of "Competing on Internet Time: Lessons from Netscape and Its Battle with Microsoft" and professor at MIT's Sloan School of Business Management has an article at Computerworld titled "Mozilla gambit reveals risks of open sourcing". Just another in a long stream of Mozilla articles written by someone who doesn't seem to be too terribly interested in verifying his assumptions.
Thanks to Luddite for the news.
Tuesday October 19th, 1999 8:20 AM
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> > First, because Netscape remains the corporate owner of the source code, what Netscape does is not really "open." Netscape insists on owning and distributing the software on its own terms. As a result, few outside developers have been willing to spend a lot of time writing code for Mozilla because they can't control its distribution or usage. < <
This sounds more like the sun license than the mozilla one...
Most of this stuff sounds like he's talking about what happened months ago - when they were trying to use the 4.x code.