Why is Symfony (Still) Open-Source?

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Men... it is boring

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Anonymous at 09:42 on 8 Nov 2013

Interesting from a ethical, maybe philosophical point, but not on a developer conference.

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Anonymous at 10:03 on 8 Nov 2013

The title was "Why is Symfony (still) Open Source?", but the talk left the question open and was far too generic.

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Anonymous at 10:54 on 8 Nov 2013

Very boring! Almost fall sleep

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Anonymous at 11:13 on 8 Nov 2013

Way too long for bringing your point across.

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Anonymous at 12:04 on 8 Nov 2013

Nice look to open source from a total different point of view. As the title was kind of misleading it was partially unsatisfying to listen as one was always waiting for the relation to the talk and why symfony is still open source.

Still the essence of "Open Source from different angles" (proposal for the title) was transposed very good.

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Anonymous at 16:20 on 8 Nov 2013

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Anonymous at 22:49 on 8 Nov 2013

Good talk with certain abstractions. Certainly a bit too early for most of the audience.

Philosophical talk but still interesting.

Interesting and important topic.
The title though was misleading. It was more or less a general talk. It was more like a keynote (abstract, disconnected).

I enjoyed it although I expected something else.

Oh...by the way...the colours of your "current topic Bar" (grey font on opaque yellow background) was a bit unfortunate

I found the talk very interesting. A developer is not only a mouse running into a wheel; they can also see the world in different ways.

A developer may also know/talk about Marx, Foucault...
It could've been a 11 o'clock talk though ;)

As most of the people I expected something else. But I was pleasantly surprised.
It was nice to see the open source community from other perspectives.