On Tue, 17 Oct 2006 08:38:40 +0100, Roy Schestowitz wrote:
> Open source globalization benefits organizations, individuals
> ,----[ Quote ]
>| Open source software can help manage large software projects of
>| globally distributed, individual contributors with virtually no
>| management overhead. As open source blends more and more with
>| the commercial software industry, this property of the open
>| source phenomenon, which I will refer to as "open source
>| globalization," may have an even higher impact on engineering
>| jobs than IT offshoring. But this time, the news is not so bad
>| for those who embrace the change.
Since when can projects run without management overhead? That's stuff like
creating project plans, assigning responsibilities, making sure developers
meet deadlines, etc...