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Discussion in 'Apple, Inc and Tech Industry' started by Kariya, Aug 4, 2011.
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Wow. Did you even read the article? Do you have any arguments to support your claim?
not really surprised by this as I know the others on that list all do nightly builds or at least weekly.
Compared to Android which is under I believe the Aphce licences which means they only have to release the source at a later date but during the dev cycle it does not require anything.
End result is none of it is really surprising.
I've always thought Google's rhetoric of 'open' was a bit rich.
The license is not what says they must release the source. It's the fact that they are the copyright owners for the code base. Even if it was under the GNU GPL, they could distribute just binaries without source and not be in violation.
The open source licenses only apply to people who are not the owners to the actual copyrights.
Isn't the saying perception is 9/10s of the law
Clearly google is relying more on marketing/propagenda to propagate the notion that they fully embrace open source. So far that has worked pretty well for them.