Steve July 8, 2022
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The Free Software Foundation (FSF) started promoting the idea of sharing code way back in 1985, and since then it’s defended the rights of computer users and developers. The FSF says that the terms “open” and “closed” are not effective words when classifying software, and instead considers programs either freedom-respecting (“free” or “libre”) or freedom-trampling (“non-free” or “proprietary”). Whatever terminology you use, the imperative is that computers must belong, part, Read More