FLOSS Weekly 469: nanomsg

Simon hosted FLOSS Weekly 469, interviewing his former colleague Garrett d’Amore on the nanomsg MQ library project and more.

Permission In Advance

Open source ensures developers already have permission to innovate and don’t need to ask first.


If you want your code to be open source, it needs an OSI-approved copyright license. Code with no license to the copyright isn’t open source. But project success needs more than just an OSI-approved license — it needs “permission in advance” for every developer and deployer. Continue reading