Open Source before it was called Open Source, in many ways. It essentially is a philosophical construct where ideas are shared and evolve through freedom of communication. A bit communist in some textbook descriptions, but nonetheless, it represents a model of human behavior that, to this day, describes much of the way humans interact: Someone has an idea, shares it, has a discussion, and together they improve and refine the idea.

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