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The Bangkok Post/LinuxInsider: Is That Software Really Free and Open?

Jul 30, 2005, 09:00 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Ric Shreves)

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"The PostDB Open Source Project has been officially in action for about a month now and one thing is becoming clear: A lot of people are confused about the differences between FOSS and open source and where Linux fits into the mix. I thought I'd devote this column to helping clarify what these terms mean and how they are related.

"FOSS stands for Free and Open Source Software. As the name implies, it is a term that should be used only in relation to software..."

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