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Finally, we discussed a lot about economic sustainability of the project. How can people make money using GNU Octave without damaging/endangering its freedom? Do you know business models that could fit? How can we organize a pool of developers to offer support for companies wanting to use GNU Octave?
 
Finally, we discussed a lot about economic sustainability of the project. How can people make money using GNU Octave without damaging/endangering its freedom? Do you know business models that could fit? How can we organize a pool of developers to offer support for companies wanting to use GNU Octave?
  
*[http://wiki.octave.org/File:Slides_octconf_jwe.pdf Slides]
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* [[File:slides_octconf_jwe.pdf|Slides]]
  
 
=== Octave overview===
 
=== Octave overview===

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