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Podcast at http://se-radio.net/podcast/2008-04/episode-94-open-source-business-models-dirk-riehle

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"Interviewer: Markus Völter

Abstract: In this episode we’re talking to Dirk Riehle about open source business models. We started looking at the way OS projects work and defined different kinds of open source projects. In the main part of the discussion we looked at various ways of how to make money with open source: consulting, support contracts, commercial variant of an open source project, etc. We then looked at the chances and risks of each of these approaches. The next part focused on different open source licenses and how they are suitable for open source business. We concluded the episode by discussing a couple of specific questions and loose ends.

Reference: “Episode 94: Open Source Business Models with Dirk Riehle.” Software Engineering Radio, April 23, 2008." (http://www.riehle.org/2008/04/23/se-radio-interview-on-open-source-business-models/)

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