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This is ugly and should never happen to an open source project.
Still Joe Brockmeier (RWW) describes this as a superb win-win situation:
It might seem unhealthy for companies to be clamoring for credit in open source projects, but it’s a sign of health for projects. If companies position themselves to be top contributors, and care about their standing, the projects win. Users win too. Developers in the ecosystem also win – since it’s far easier to hire existing contributors than trying to push outsiders in to a project.
But there’s just a minor thing missing. Who gets the cheese?
Original title and link: Mine Is Bigger Than Yours: Hadoop Code Contributions ( ©myNoSQL)
In the series of big announcements coming out this month, Cloudera and Revolution Analytics, the enterprise provider of R software, have announced their partnership to integrate Cloudera’s Hadoop distribution with Revolution R Enterprise platform thus offering R developers direct access to Hadoop data stores and the possibility to write MapReduce jobs directly in R.
The integration packages, named RevoConnectR for Apache Hadoop, are already available freely on GitHub and they will also get commercial support with Revolution R Enterprise 5.0 Server for Linux.
You can read more about this announcement on:
Original title and link: R and Hadoop: Revolution Analytics and Cloudera Partnership Announced ( ©myNoSQL)