Open Software Development in the Real World
by William Jolitz, Creator of 386BSD and President of Valux

This is a RealVideo webcast of William Jolitz discussing how to conduct Open Source Projects with getting into trouble with Intellectual Property claims with an introduction by Bill Selmeier orignially made on June 17, 2003.

The session went for about 1.5 hours.

The best presentation is through YouTube:

Open Software Development in the Real World in larger screen suitable for broadband connectios.

Open Software Development in the Real World in smaller screen suitable for 56Kb/s dialup connectios.

NOTE: This is a straight through recording of the meeting including the question and answer period at the close.

Our meetings are held in the Netscape Dining Room in Mountain View, CA.

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