Der virale Effekt: Entwicklungsrisiken im Umfeld von Open-source-Software

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Fabian Schäfer, 2007 - 212 lappuses
Ausgangspunkt des Buches war die Frage, inwiefern Unternehmen Open Source Software in ihren Produkten verwenden können, ohne hierdurch Lizenzverletzungen zu verursachen.Der Untersuchungsschwerpunkt lag dabei auf dem Einsatz von Open Source Software, die unter der General Public License lizenziert (GPL) ist und umfasste somit sämtliche Fragen des unternehmensinternen (Open Source)-Lizenzmanagements.

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