Re: Why Aren't Open Source Tools Being Considered?
Watching various software questions being asked on this list, I keep
wondering why so few list members consider open source software when
Granted, not everyone has control over what they use, but, in many
cases, it sounds as though what posters recommend will be used. Many
mature, cross-platform tools that are ideal for technical writers exist,
technical writers are presumably more tech-savvy than the average user,
and information is readily available. So what's happening?
(Incidentally, I should note that I may one day write an article around
the responses. Howver, if I do, I'll ask permission of everyone whom I
happen to quote)
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