The emergence of Free Software is drastically changing the economics of software development and usage.
Free software is increasing its presence in mainstream media and in debates among IT professionals, but it is still unknown for many people and even those who are familiar with it lack specific knowledge in some important areas.
What is free software? What are the implications of using a free license? How are free software projects organized? Which are the main business models associated to them? What motivates developers, especially volunteers, to become involved in free software projects? Who are these developers? These are the sort of questions that will be addressed in this 291 page eBook.
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