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DaveNet: Apache
Sep 5, 2001, 03 :45 UTC (0 Talkback[s]) (1896 reads) (Other stories by Dave Winer)

"Now consider Apache, which hasn't got the depth of Java or .Net, but does have a considerable amount of developer momentum. Why? Because it doesn't just talk about developer freedom, it guarantees it."

"... Now Microsoft has "shared" source with a patent whammy; and Sun has a community program that they control; therefore I'm at the point where I think I know that neither Microsoft or Sun will be dominant as we go forward, and am willing to make my bet. As a platform for independent developers neither of the BigCo's half-hearted attempts to offer developers freedom is convincing. The Apache philosophy is the right one for me."

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