Different Strokes: Users React in Varied Ways to Open Source Software
Open source software, defined as software that is freely available and modifiable, grew out of Richard Stallman's Free Software Foundation and his GNU (standing for "GNU's not Unix") project in the early 1980s. Perhaps the most famous open source software project was Linux, started by Linus Torvalds in 1991.
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