I have a great deal of respect for my colleague Matt Asay, who works for Amazon Web Services and writes week after week about the advantages and virtues of open source. However, this is not to say that I agree with him.
In fact, I would suggest I more commonly disagree with him on a great many things, including his most recent column suggesting “shared source” or license tricks might be a solution for the competitive problem created by Amazon Web Services specifically and cloud computing generally.
I do not just disagree with him. I think that, like his