Everything is open source these days. Literally. Everything.
I'm not even sure what it means to be an "open-source data quality solution for structured and unstructured data," but that's precisely what Infosolve Technologies has (apparently) released with its OpenDQ Version 2.0.
Except, I'm not sure how it's open source. I can't find the source code anywhere on its website. A search of Sourceforge doesn't find it either.
Maybe it's only open to friends and family? :-)
I do like the premise behind its distribution philosophy:… Read more