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MindTouch learns the open source walk

Posted by: Anonymous [ip: 68.107.88.60] on March 11, 2008 02:51 PM
Mea culpa on the memory issue. We've been working closely with the mono and mysql communities to identify memory leaks, which have been addressed. Since deki wiki is the end product, that's where you'll see the problem manifest itself, so I can understand why you find fault in it. But this is were the beauty of open source comes into play. We locate the defective piece of code and we submit a fix, either to our code base or to that of other communities. Everybody wins!

As pointed out Aaron, all the source code is available. There are NO sealed components. Binaries are provided for convenience only. Also, we LOVE hearing from our community, just visit http://forums.opengarden.org and voice your opinion. Positive or negative. We learn from all the feedback we get and we use to prioritize new features. If you feel we can do a better job at it, please suggest it by all means!

Cheers,
Steve Bjorg

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