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'''Free software''' is software that is meant to be shared. There is a strong movement behind free software that inspired other movements with its values and success.
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Free software is software whose license guarantees the ''user'' the right to
 
* '''use''' ''his'' tool for whatever purpose, to
 
* '''study''' how it works, to
 
* '''share''' it with whoever he wants (under the same conditions) and to
 
* '''alter''' it (and also share the results) - to build on the work and help to improve it, for example.
 
There is a whole world of free software with software covering virtually every need.
 
 
 
== Derivatives ==
 
* The [[Oekonux]] project examines how the concept of free software can be adapted to economy and politics to overcome capitalism with concepts of free software.
 
* [[Shareconomy]] is a concept for an alternative economy based on the principles of free software.
 
 
 
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Latest revision as of 16:43, 1 December 2008

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