"Few people take the time to truly consider just how free
software concepts have affected, and continue to affect, the
software industry, developers, corporations, organizations and the
entire web community. The book Open Sources 2.0 takes many essays
from free software and open source leaders that have shaped free
software as a thought process and as an industry, and places them
into a single compilation.
"This book tips the scale at just over 488 pages with 23 essays
from such free software leaders as Mitchell Baker (from Mozilla
Corporation), Chris DiBona, Ian Murdock and more..."