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Open Source is Dead: Understanding the HashiCorp License Controversy by@salkimmich
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Open Source is Dead: Understanding the HashiCorp License Controversy

by Sal Kimmich3mOctober 17th, 2023
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HashiCorp's controversial switch from open source to "source-available" licensing has reignited debates on open-source sustainability and business models. Amidst the backdrop of open source's rich history, the tech community remains vigilant, advocating for collaborative digital futures. This shift underscores the evolving landscape of software licensing in the industry.
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