June 1999 Troubleshooting Professional Magazine: More Heroes, and a Trip to Linux Expo

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Accessible-Source Software

By Steve Litt
Throughout this issue of Troubleshooting Professional I will be using the phrase accessible-source software as a generic phrase representing any and all software licensing and/or non-licensing (public-domain) where the source is what is given. I use this generic term because terms like Free Software and Open Source have stopped being generic and now have very specific definitions. It is my intent to have the term accessible-source cover all such distribution philosophies.
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