I checked the license of the Intalio Community Edition License again. The community version comes without the source code and a license prohibiting any reverse engineering or hacking. The Enterprise Edition, not free, does include the source code.
So, Intalio can be called ‘open source’ only if one adheres to a very strange definition of open source which is by no means my definition.
This free riding the open-source wave is quite cunning and probably works for some customers. But in the end, someone has to pay the cunning salesguys.
Anyway, I will try to judge Intalio on the qualities of it’s software. More on that later.