Sean Gallagher writes about Geronimo, the Apache Software Foundations open source J2EE app server:
Do you hear that giant sucking sound? That’s the air supply for proprietary J2EE implementations being removed from the market.
I am amazed. It’s not that I have anything against Geronimo — I haven’t looked at it seriously yet, but I do believe it’s going to become an alternative many companies will consider. But at the risk of being perceived as an open source basher, here’s an important truth for
Just because something is open source doesn’t necessarily mean it has a high quality.
It seems Open Source is starting to slide down into the trough of disillusionment.