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Overview of the state of open source in China. Presentation prepared for OSCON 2008.

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  • china actually started to create some good open source projects from taobao, baidu and so on;
    here's one example
    china open source, fastjson, meansured to be faster than any other java parser and databinder, includes jackson

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  • Thanks for the link, Aaron! Great presentation.
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    • Open Source in China J Aaron Farr JadeTower The Apache Software Foundation farra@apache.org
    • Those who know don’t talk, Those who talk don’t know
    • When a country obtains great power, it becomes like the sea: all streams run downward into it. The more powerful it grows, the greater the need for humility.
    • A Tour of China
    • China By The Numbers No. 1 in FDI at around $60 billion since 2002 Avg 9.4% annual GDP growth rate for 25 years Currently 4th largest economy Will surpass UK, Germany, Italy, and France by the end of the decade