FreeOS.com: Book Review: Open Sources - Voices from the Open Source RevolutionJan 06, 2001, 12:07 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Open Source needs no introduction. While the process may be known to all, the ideology behind the Open Source movement might not be. This book explores the various facets of the Open Source movement through the eyes of some of the most prominent Open Source advocates including Linus Torvalds, Eric Raymond, Richard Stallman and many more."
"The viewpoints and analyses of many of the visionary pioneers behind this burgeoning paradigm are collectively presented in this highly readable and fascinating volume, which is a must for anyone interested in the future of software and Internet-based infoware services."
"The editors are all active members of the Linux community, and the contributors include Linux creator Linus Torvalds, Apache co-founder Brian Behlendorf, IETF coordinator Scott Bradner, Netscape vice president Jim Hamerly, publisher Tim O'Reilly, Open Source evangelist Eric Steven Raymond, Free Software Movement founder Richard Stallman, Perl author Larry Wall, and former Red Hat CEO Robert Young."