Open Sources: Voices from the Open Source Revolution 9780596553906, 0596553900

In Open Sources, leaders of Open Source come together in print for the first time to discuss the new vision of the softw

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Open Sources: Voices from the Open Source Revolution
 9780596553906, 0596553900

Table of contents :
Content: Open Sources: Voices from the Open Source Revolution
1. Introduction
1.2. What Is Free Software and How Does It Relate to Open Source?
1.3. What Is Open Source Software?
1.4. The Dark Side of the Force
1.5. Use the Source, Luke
1.6. Innovation Through the Scientific Method
1.7. Perils to Open Source
1.8. Motivating the Open Source Hacker
1.9. The Venture and Investment Future of Linux
1.10. Science and the New Renaissance
2. A Brief History of Hackerdom
2.2. The Early Hackers
2.3. The Rise of Unix
2.4. The End of Elder Days
2.5. The Proprietary Unix Era. 2.6. The Early Free Unixes2.7. The Great Web Explosion
3. Twenty Years of Berkeley Unix: From AT & T-Owned to Freely Redistributable
3.2. Early Distributions
3.3. VAX Unix
3.4. DARPA Support
3.5. 4.2BSD
3.6. 4.3BSD
3.7. Networking, Release 1
3.8. 4.3BSD-Reno
3.9. Networking, Release 2
3.10. The Lawsuit
3.11. 4.4BSD
3.12. 4.4BSD-Lite, Release 2
4. The Internet Engineering Task Force
4.2. IETF Structure and Features
4.3. IETF Working Grou.

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