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+ - "Open source, open world" - Foreign Affairs on FOSS in Brazil->

Submitted by Ian Grant
Ian Grant (3082979) writes "A brief, "not for the geek", look at open source software in Brazil and how it's transforming tech use in South America:

Bringing free software to Brazil, however, is not just a matter of copying North American practices. The idea of free software has also been substantially transformed through contact with Brazilian politics.

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"Open source, open world" - Foreign Affairs on FOSS in Brazil

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