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over-15-000-downloads

Congratulations to us. We've had over 15,000 downloads from sourceforge.net alone.

over-25-000-downloads

I'm not sure if this confirms my argument that companies will switch to open source two-factor authentication during this downturn or not, but we have officially passed the 25,000 downloads mark from Sourceforge. That doesn't include downloads from our own website.

patents-what-are-they-good-for

Adam has made a couple of posts about patents.

picking-open-source-winners-according-to-zdnet

Dana Blankenhorn has written about picking winners in open source that starts with a reference to Secretariat. I love horse racing. I spent two summers in my youth as a hot-walker in southern California for a trainer named Willard Proctor. A hot walker walks horses around in a circle, either just to get them out of the stall or to cool them down after they come off the track. It's the lowest position in the backside of any track. The best trainers still use people though and not machines. Our barn was next to Charlie Whittingham's.

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