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Ryyuajnin (862754) writes "My wife is expecting soon, and we are still negotiating over names. we have agreed on a specific pattern on the name, (^.+[ygjp].*n$), but it's difficult to find name databases laying around the Internet? Has anyone ever found a RegEx driven baby name database out there, or at least a raw text or oss name database?" top
Airplaine makes emergency landing because a woman refuses to stop singing.
Ryyuajnin writes "I have recently come to work for an ad agency who is committed to using Alfresco for a particular project. They entered this under the assumption that Alfresco was being honest when there site says in there title (google Alfresco)... "Alfresco — Open Source Enterprise Content Management (CMS...". In reality the source is really quite locked up.
There are basically 2 different classifications of code here: the community edition, and the enterprise edition.
the community is OpenSource, but does not contain stable code.
the enterprise edition does contain stable code, but you have to cough up about 15K to get your hands on it; so at best, it really RansomSource. and even then, you cant do much with it, except maybe wipe away the tears of sadness with a print out.
Why is it that the OpenSource Community tolerates this type of behavior? Is there no way to articulate on the definition of the term Open Source to maintain the moral integrity being inferred?
(see also) http://linux.slashdot.org/comments.pl?sid=597833&cid=23978755 http://linux.slashdot.org/comments.pl?sid=597833&cid=23994047"