Sunday’s edition of the BBC’s Click Online programme featured a report on the O’Reilly open source conference in Amsterdam - you can watch the the programme and read the accompanying web article here.
Just what exactly, I wonder, are they trying to imply with the opening paragraphs:
The Dutch are pretty open about the sort of stuff that many of us prefer to keep to ourselves - what goes on beneath the sheets, for example.
Perhaps that is why Amsterdam was chosen for a recent international get together of the open source movement.
There’s also an interview on today with Mr. O’Reilly himself, with a feedback page you can add to here, and their tech columnist has some thoughts on intrusive DRM technologies - particularly Sony’s - and their implications for OSS. Finally, the BBC has once again noted Firefox’s ever-growing user base.