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Study: Android Is Least Open of Open Source Mobile Platforms

August 5, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE:  Wired News

Market research firm VisionMobile has published a report that evaluates the openness of eight major open source software projects. The study — which was partly funded by the European Union — focuses largely on open governance, inclusiveness, transparency, and ease of access to source code. To quantify relative openness, the researchers established criteria and a numerical rating system with points.

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