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Mitch Kapor with members of his Open Source Applications Foundation, which he began with his own funds in 2002.

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By Robert Weisman
Globe Staff / June 27, 2005

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SAN FRANCISCO -- Mitch Kapor, sleeves rolled up, glasses perched on the bridge of his nose, peers at parcels of software code projected on a screen in a darkened conference room. It's just past 11 on a rainy Thursday morning, and Kapor looks every bit the high-tech mastermind prodding his young proteges. (Full article: 1516 words)

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