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Open Source Outside the Realm of Software - WCLDN

Open Source Outside the Realm of Software - WCLDN

Slides from my lightning talk at WordCamp London where I discussed about how the philosophies behind open source software apply to many other areas of life too, particularly sports, health, and science.

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John Blackbourn

April 10, 2016
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  1. Open Source
    Outside the Realm of Software
    @johnbillion
    #WCLDN

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  2. 1. You have the freedom to run the program, for any purpose.
    2. You have access to the source code, the freedom to study how the
    program works, and the freedom to change it to make it do what you
    wish.
    3. You have the freedom to redistribute copies of the original program so
    you can help your neighbor.
    4. You have the freedom to distribute copies of your modified versions to
    others. By doing this you can give the whole community a chance to
    benefit from your changes.

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  3. You have the freedom to run the program, for any purpose.
    You have access to the source code, the freedom to study how the
    program works, and the freedom to change it to make it do what you
    wish.
    You have the freedom to redistribute copies of the original program so
    you can help your neighbor.
    You have the freedom to distribute copies of your modified versions to
    others. By doing this you can give the whole community a chance to
    benefit from your changes.

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  4. You have the freedom to run the program, for any purpose.
    You have access to the source code, the freedom to study how the
    program works, and the freedom to change it to make it do what you
    wish.
    You have the freedom to redistribute copies of the original program so
    you can help your neighbor.
    You have the freedom to distribute copies of your modified versions to
    others. By doing this you can give the whole community a chance to
    benefit from your changes.

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  5. You have the freedom to run the program, for any purpose.
    You have access to the source code, the freedom to study how the
    program works, and the freedom to change it to make it do what you
    wish.
    You have the freedom to redistribute copies of the original program so
    you can help your neighbor.
    You have the freedom to distribute copies of your modified versions to
    others. By doing this you can give the whole community a chance to
    benefit from your changes.

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  6. You have the freedom to run the program, for any purpose.
    You have access to the source code, the freedom to study how the
    program works, and the freedom to change it to make it do what you
    wish.
    You have the freedom to redistribute copies of the original program so
    you can help your neighbor.
    You have the freedom to distribute copies of your modified versions to
    others. By doing this you can give the whole community a chance to
    benefit from your changes.

    View full-size slide

  7. You have the freedom to run the program, for any purpose.
    You have access to the source code, the freedom to study how the
    program works, and the freedom to change it to make it do what you
    wish.
    You have the freedom to redistribute copies of the original program so
    you can help your neighbor.
    You have the freedom to distribute copies of your modified versions to
    others. By doing this you can give the whole community a chance to
    benefit from your changes.

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  8. You have the freedom to run the program, for any purpose.
    You have access to the source code, the freedom to study how the
    program works, and the freedom to change it to make it do what you
    wish.
    You have the freedom to redistribute copies of the original program so
    you can help your neighbor.
    You have the freedom to distribute copies of your modified versions to
    others. By doing this you can give the whole community a chance to
    benefit from your changes.

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  9. Make it better
    Give it back

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  10. Perspectives on
    Free and Open Source Software
    MIT

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  11. The Cathedral and the Bazaar
    Eric S. Raymond

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  12. Rodney Mullen

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  13. Skateboarding
    Recipes
    Martial Arts

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  14. OSM
    Scientific Peer Review
    Evolution

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  15. Make it better
    Give it back
    @johnbillion
    #WCLDN

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