Home of The Tiny Guide to

Linux Journal’s FOSS Retrospective

It’s a good time, at the end of the year, to review the progress we’ve made.

Linux Journal’s Glyn Moody writes What Can’t Open Source Achieve in the Next 10 Years? in which he looks back at the past ten years of progress in open source and reflects on what the next decade may bring:

“I take it for granted that open source will be as successful on the desktop as it has on the server – with the caveat that the desktop itself may well be far less important in ten years’ time. I also assume that everyone will be using ODF as the standard for document interchange and storage…”

Comments are closed.