On Fri, 13 Aug 2004 13:10:22 +0100, Jonathon McKitrick
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> Does anyone know where there are any web-accessible examples of large or
> medium sized commercial software products that have been open sourced?
> I'd like to see some examples of code that were not written from the
> beginning with the intention of being open source.
OCLC's SiteSearch was commercial but has now been turned over to the
open source community. It is at http://opensitesearch.sourceforge.net
(SiteSearch is a Z39.50-enabled digital library/OPAC application.)
It also seems like Firebird (/usr/ports/databases/firebird) started life
as the commercial database InterBase.
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