The OpenAntiVirus Project was started two years ago to address what was seen by its founders as a serious lack of open-source solutions in the anti-virus field. The intention was to build and nurture a network of AV developers within the open source community by providing the relevant resources for communication and project management. Virus Bulletin spoke to co-founder Rainer Link and developer Kurt Huwig about the project.
This interview appeared in September 2002 issue of Virus Bulletin Magazine, but the online copy was added to the VB web site two days ago.
Link: OpenAntiVirus Project Interview