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You’re not entitled to your opinion about open source software!

You’re not entitled to your opinion about open source software!

Assuming being entitled to an opinion is all about having your views treated as serious candidates for the 'truth’, procuring open source software demands some investigations. To use or enhance a given open source project's artifact you need some factual evidence you're doing the right choice.

Dozen of so-called 'open source maturity models' have failed in the past, this talk will briefly describe a pragmatic and efficient method to make your mind in few steps.


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    Community Metrics Meeting, 20 July 2014 Auhtor Roberto Galoppini, Slashdot Media <rgaloppini@slashdotmedia.com> Future services to facilitate FLOSS development and adoption by EU research and business communities
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  16. Thank you! Contacts Roberto Galoppini, Slashdot Media blog: http://robertogaloppini.net Twitter: