The Semasiology of Open Source (Part III)
Robert "r0ml" Lefkowitz, Vice President, Chief Information Architect, and Head of Risk Management Technology, Asurion
Track: Emerging Topics
Date: Wednesday, July 26
This is the third and final talk in the Semasiology series (thesis, antithesis, synthesis). Semasiology is the study of the development of meaning. Thesis (Part I) proposed that open source wasn't about the source code. Antithesis (Part II) argued that open source was about the source code. Synthesis (Part III) concludes that open source is a synonym for Semasiology.