"To some, open-source means Linux and a computer software
revolution. To others, it also means tasty Greek meatballs and
Korean coconut chicken. In February, Scott Francisco and Nick
Senske, two graduate students in architecture at MIT, opened an
on-campus 'open-source cafe' where the menu continuously evolves
from postings on the cafe's online discussion board.
"In open-source computer programming, the source code of
software is made public and alterable by users, and any
improvements are freely shared..."