How the open-source movement in India has progressed | The Hindu Parley podcast

January 09, 2020 05:26 pm | Updated May 24, 2021 07:15 am IST

Open Source has been part and parcel of software programming in India for a while now. Free sharing has been an ideal for long. But have Big Tech proprietary firms co-opted the open-source platforms along the way?

Also read | What is the state of ‘open source’ in India today?

Venkatesh Hariharan (Senior Fellow, IDFC Institute) and Sangeeta Gupta (VP, National Association of Software and Services Companies) discuss the history of the Open Source movement in India.

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