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Open Source as a business strategy?

August 2, 2011

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In my previous post about Open Source, Freelancing¬†and the public domain, I mentioned the things to keep in mind when you use and re-use specific (home made) solutions in commercial assignment. But what if you want to do more? Protecting your idea before entering a partnership Say you have the golden opportunity to start a […]

Freelancing, Open Source, the public domain and your copyrighted work

August 2, 2011

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About two years ago I decided to make the framework for Smart Spaces Open Source. Starting point One of the reasons was a somewhate strange situation with a client who – after a project was closed – suddenly started to press on having a contract signed by me with which I would transfer all the […]

Trademarks, trust and privacy

November 12, 2009

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After a meeting with Tijs Teulings and Robert Gaal, regarding the trademarking of Roomware, I wrote an investigative article about Trademarking in this blog. When speaking with my girl, I broke asked myself and her the question: "If you look at Roomware: why trademarking it at all?"