an effort to purchase domain names for open-source projects.
"A Pennsylvania entrepreneur who owns registered Internet Web site
domain names is allowing individuals and organizations to use many of them for free to encourage people who develop Internet applications to share information and contribute computer codes online.
Unlike others who purchase domain names and later fight with companies
over much-needed Web site addresses, OpenDomain.Org gives away the use of
these valuable assets to those who use open sourcing - the practice of
releasing previously proprietary software for free under license - to help advance Internet technologies around the world.
to post comments)