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From the Publisher"Provide[s] a well laid out review of the open source movement, including its technologies, policies, and impact and implications.... Overall, this book ties together the many interlocking pieces within the development and history of the open source movement."
A. Hollister, State University of Cortland, CHOICE
"The authors lay out the issues around a variety of open source topice in a clear, accessible prose."
Michele Tepper, Resources
"... A thorough effort... One of the most rigorous treatments of the social, legal and economic aspects of open source I have come across. I found the language used in the book accessible and inviting to readers from a range of backgrounds, both technical and non-technical. I recommend this book for anyone interested in open source and ideal for readers new to it."
The British Computer Society
"This book, is a recommended as a comprehensive introduction to the free software/open source ecosystem."
Andrew Katz, Magazine of the Society for Computers and Law
"This book should be useful to anyone using open source software technology or defining policies for it."
StickyMinds.com Books Guide