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September 04, 2007


This is a great discussion. Thanks for the pointers to escidoc.
I agree with the opinion that its best to develop something like this with stewardship from a company but along the lines of the open source model. That company can harness the vast pool of open source talent and yet make money by providing the solution and support to industry and maybe large academia for a fee.
I am a big fan of such guided open source projects like Java , Eclipse , Netbeans etc. It will be great to see an extensible , pluggable scientific documentation and e-lab notbook solution.

Thanks for presenting Richard!

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