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Need response for IT's rejection to opensource

badcowboy (879744) writes | more than 6 years ago

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badcowboy (879744) writes "I have been trying to get a LAMP server onto our corporate network. The problem I have been running into is our corporate IT manager has some issues with open source. Here is his response to my request:

"I too like open source software, but not in the enterprise. This would require implementing GPL clients and servers within our organization who's authors have no responsibility or accountability for any security issues that were opened up as a result.

Open source is fine for some implementations. I may take a look at this in my spare time to get a better idea of what it's capabilities and pitfalls are, but in all likelihood this isn't something we're going to implement here for the reasons mentioned above anytime soon.
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