On 2 August 2011 17:48, Nathan Tallman <[log in to unmask]> > P.S.
Off-topic, but what do you prefer "open source" or "open-source". I'm
> not sure which is most correct.
Use open-source (with a hyphen) when it's functioning a compound
adjective modifying a noun, as in "we prefer to use open-source
software"; but not when it's a noun phrase standing alone, as in "we
prefer our software to have open source".