Open Source Software Coders Lazy About Web Services

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Jul 22, 2010

In this PC World report, Stormy Peters, executive director of the Gnome Foundation said that open source software coders have gotten lazy about Web services. This comment, according to PC World, was made at the O'Reilly Open Source Convention (OSCON) in Portland, Oregon.

Gnome Foundation executive director said that open source has gotten lazy when it comes to Web services.

"The Gnome Foundation supports the development of the Gnome desktop environment, one of the open-source components in many Linux distributions.

"It is one component in what is now a complete stack of open-source programs that can be run on a server or desktop computer. For this work, Peters praised the open-source developers. 'They believe we all have the right to use technology, to use software, regardless of how much money we have, or what language we speak,' she said."

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