31 March 2006

Open Source Rocks

There's nothing new about companies deciding to open source their products and make money in other ways. But it's still good to come across new examples of the breed to confirm that the logic remains as strong as ever.

A case in point is Symfony, which describes itself as "a web application framework for PHP5 projects". It is unusual in two respects: first, because it uses the liberal MIT licence, and secondly, because it is sponsored by a French company, Sensio. And according to them, open source rocks.

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