15 Jul 2002 mpawlo   » (Master)

I applied classical game theory to open code and I concluded that a company selling proprietary software to third parties will never open its code if the company has a competitor. If you consider open code a benefit to society, you may want to propagate open code-legislation or otherwise try to stimulate new competition in the marketplace. Otherwise companies will stay proprietary and the transformation of the software license landscape will take a very long time.

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