[SIGCIS-Members] History of open-source

S.Hochheiser at ieee.org S.Hochheiser at ieee.org
Fri Aug 27 05:48:44 PDT 2010



Kelty, Christopher M. Two Bits: The Cultural Significance of Free 
Software. Durham NC: Duke University Press, 2008.

It's quite good, though it's a bit unconventional in that it combines 
historical and anthropological approaches 


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Evan Koblentz <evan at snarc.net>
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08/27/2010 01:52 AM
[SIGCIS-Members] History of open-source
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Apologies if I've asked this before .... does anyone know of a solid 
history of open-source computing?

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