The Recompiler Podcast
The Recompiler Podcast
Christie Koehler and Recompiler Media
Episode 73: A bold move
49 minutes Posted Oct 12, 2018 at 2:45 am.
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This episode we talk about moral clauses in FOSS licenses, ShotSpotter’s partnership with Verizon, how Buffer bought out its VCs, and WayMo.
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