If you ask many IT administrators what troubles them about open source software, many of them will cite lack of support and adequate documentation. This has been true for years, but it's also true that in recent years most popular open source projects have surprisingly rich support and documentation options available for them. A new post on InfoWorld, though, suggests that skilled workers and training resources for open source projects are lacking. Could the answer be an industry body dedicated to filling that gap?
August 10, 2011
Report Cites Lack of Open Source Skills As a Barrier in Enterprises
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