Free for All

Free for All

“Free for All: How Linux and the Free Software Movement Undercut the High-Tech Titans” is available in various formats. Peter Wayner’s Free for All explores the history of open-source programming, its emerging threat to Microsoft, and its struggle to retain its ideals in the face of big money.


Read this story of how a loose-knit group of programmers, dreamers, philosophers, geniuses and fools discovered the fact that that they could write better software in less time by just giving it all away. Follow the ecstasy, the triumphs, the battles, the failures, the treachery, the cooperation, the wrong turns, the teamwork, the struggles, and the backbiting on the road to triumph and total global domination.

Table of Contents

  • Battle
  • Lists
  • Image
  • College
  • Quicksand
  • Outsider
  • Growth
  • Freedom
  • Source
  • People
  • Politics
  • Charity
  • Love
  • Corporations
  • Money
  • Fork
  • Core
  • T-Shirts
  • New
  • Nations
  • Wealth
  • Future

Book Details

Author(s): Peter Wayner
Format(s): PDF, PDB, HTML
File size: 1.27 MB
Number of pages: 351
Link: Download.

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