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May 11, 2006


Frank Hughes

My reading of this is that they are addressing the acquisition and license management of commercial software – i.e. “How many copies of Microsoft Office do I have and did I pay for all of them?” Obviously this is an important question to vendors of commercial software.

But there is a larger impact as well – done properly, this may lead to a more standardized way to identify software – and not just commercial software. Most organizations today are already in the “mixed code” zone. In other words, they use software from many sources – some commercial, some open source. And there are many motivations to answer the question, “What's in my code?” – IP, security, vulnerability, etc.


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Good stuff as per usual, thanks. I do hope this kind of thing gets more exposure.

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