This latest offering from Google Labs likely taps into many of the search strings that many (including myself) have entered into the now ubiquitous Google search box. Although its probably far early to gauge, it will quickly have an impact on daily software development habits, particularly with open source minded developers. But a note of caution: it is not yet a perfect at deriving what license the code falls or establishing the definitive owner of the code the robots has indexed. I expect soon we will see some entities expressing surprise and alarm having just found their code so readily accessible...
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