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Software is becoming more and more integrated into our lives and our society. It's become what we rely on to communicate with each other and also how we accomplish a large portion of our basic activities. Free and open source software is better, safer, often cheaper and always the right thing to do. But is there a difference based on how that software is created?
This talk will discuss the implications of our software being created by one company and 'thrown over the wall' versus a vibrant community effort and combinations of the two.