State of Open Source Software for Nonprofits on the Net2 Podcast

Check out Andrew Aitken, David Geilhufe, Zack Rosen and Katrin Verclas’
discussion about The State of Open Source Software for Nonprofits from the 2006
NetSquared Conference on the NetSquared podcast.

Open Source has proven to be a successful development paradigm for many core
enterprise systems, e.g., Linux, MySQL, Apache, as well as for personal
productivity tools, e.g., Firefox, Open Office, etc. At the same time, there is
growing interest in the non-profit community in the development of Open Source
tools specifically designed to meet the needs of non-profits, e.g., CivicSpace,

Source: NetSquared: Remixing the Web for Social Change

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