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Links 1 through 8 of 8 by Simon Phipps tagged Gartner

It is confirmed; open source has hit the top of the bell-curve. Gartner now believes it's a tipping-point trend, so it's definitely the case that open source software is mainstream and has been for several years.

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"when we start talking about business models, what matters is not how a vendor generates incremental revenue but how you generate incremental value." -- All of the value a business derives from open source software arises from the freedoms it delivers. When access to those freedoms is prevented, you have a plain, vanilla ISV. Heed Gartner for once!

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Gartner previously outlooked 70% but have increased the figure to 90%. This is the adoption-led market folks, where we add value to users not sell lemons to prospects. Embrace it or learn another business.

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I missed this Gartner note but I must say it is both positive anc close to my own view.

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Finally - the way the system works officially revealed.

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Classic Gartner quotes (they only lack the "sponsored by Sun's competitiors" label) where it's revealed they think Alcatel, MasterCard, Research in Motion, the U.S. Library of Congress, Verizon Wireless and Time Warner Cable are all small start-up compani

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I think James is right. I was at Gartner's "Open Source Summit" in Orlando and it was clear they were seeing the open source revolution very differently to me. It's time they were transparent; he who pays the piper picks the tune.

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