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 author = {M. T. Stahl},
 title = {{O}pen--source software: not quite endsville},
 journal = {Drug Discov. Today},
 year = {2005},
 volume = {10},
 pages = {219--222},
 abstract = {Open-source software will never achieve ubiquity. There are environments
             in which it simply does not flourish. By its nature, open-source
             development requires free exchange of ideas, community involvement,
             and the efforts of talented and dedicated individuals. However,
             pressures can come from several sources that prevent this from happening.
             In addition, openness and complex licensing issues invite misuse
             and abuse. Care must be taken to avoid the pitfalls of open-source
 doi = {10.1016/S1359-6446(04)03364-1},