August 27, 2008

Voiceroute execs talk about going (mostly) open source (video)

Author: R. Scott Belford

Voiceroute, a
software PBX vendor, originally started as a proprietary
software company but went (at least partly) open source
earlier this year. In this video, CEO Ming Guang Yong says
the company should have moved toward open source "a lot sooner,"
and explains why. He and CTO Navin Kumar also talk about
some of the specific differences between their open source
and proprietary versions, including how and where they draw
the line between the two, and share their thoughts about
dealing with open source developers and building a
successful open source development community.

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