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July 25, 2013

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If you truly believe in what you are saying, then open source RevoScaleR, XDF etc so that the R community can benefit from this work as much as you have benefited from the R community. Blogging and sponsoring groups is ok...but it doesn’t really make for healthy open source support; releasing code to GPL does.

@catsmth, we have contributed quite a lot of open-source projects to the community: several CRAN packages, the RHadoop project, networkspaces, to name just a few. Not everything we do is open-source, it's true, but you can expect our open source contributions to continue in the future.

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