New open source advocacy group announced
Wednesday February 14, 2007 (12:01 PM GMT)
By: Lisa Hoover

Ten well-known companies within the open source community have pooled their resources to form an advocacy group designed for companies to adopt open source solutions for their business needs. While at first blush, the Open Source Alliance (OSA) may resemble similar advocacy groups, OSA says they plan to take up where others have left off. Full text of the press release may be found here:

According to Barry Klawans, OSA spokesperson and chief technology officer at one of OSA's founding members, JasperSoft, the alliance was formed to address a need in the marketplace that is currently lacking adequate representation. Klawans says that while most open source advocacy groups concentrate on licensing and legal issues, OSA plans to cater to businesses with complex IT and data management needs and encourage them to adopt open source solutions. (...)

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