Linux On Wall Street Is Not An Oxymoron. Or Is It?
The Linux on Wall Street conference in New York is an attempt to highlight Linux and open source vendors and solutions, demonstrating and pontificating on how they all can work together.
But can they work together?
Can Wall St., the metaphorical home of Western capitalism and competitive free-market economics, in fact be sympathetic to open source software, which, in some respects, is the philosophical opposite?