Open-source software is impacting business, transforming governments and enabling education across the planet. Open-source is built on the principle that the source code of a program should be readily accessible, so that users have the right to maintain, adapt and improve the software they use in any way they see fit. Linux, Firefox and Wikipedia are just three of its success stories, which are too many in number to count. But where did open-source come from, and where is it headed next?
The feature length documentary Revolution OS offers excellent insights into both questions, tapping into the thoughts and stories of the people that made open-source a reality. Read Full Article Here or Watch the documentary in it's entirety below.