Free software or Open Source is about users&apos; freedom to run, copy, distribute, study, change and improve the software. While free software and open source definitions are different, note that in the vast majority of cases a license that meets the OSI’s open source definition also meets the FSF’s free software definition. http://www.fsf.org/about/what-is-free-software http://www.opensource.org/docs/osd More about differences between FSF and OSI approved licenses can be found in the following paper “Capability Coordination in Modular Organization: Voluntary FS/OSS Production and the Case of Debian GNU/Linux” at http://bit.ly/aCoz19 and at my blog entry about approval processes http://bit.ly/cnR4uX
Transcript of "Focus Group Open Source 17.6.2010 Roberto Galoppini"
Linee Guida EuropeeLinee Guida Europee
sull'Open Sourcesull'Open Source
Roma, 17 Giugno, Sede IBMRoma, 17 Giugno, Sede IBM
Roberto GaloppiniRoberto Galoppini
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