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am 22. November 1999
Not being a highly-technically minded person myself but having been a spectator of the open source phenomenon for the last several years, I found this collection to be enjoyable as well as quite interesting and informative reading.
Having read the original essay online (go find the URL yourself), I enjoy the portability and ease of use to the eyes, that comes with the offline version.
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am 25. Mai 2000
I don't understand the hype about this book. One is it boring; I mean there is no way this book deserves 200 pages. Two Raymond calls Linux a success but nevers gives a unit of measurement: compared to what? Why? One gets tired of his showing off his little program as a prototype of why Open is great; I use it it is useful but not really a comparison to LINUX. I'd recommend DiBona's OpenSources, interviews with the real players if you want to understand the Open Source movement and why it's important.
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am 9. November 1999
Eric captures the essense of the sociology of open source software development, along with the business implications of open source software.
It is the best I've seen to date to understand the substance behind the Linux and other open source software (bind, sendmail, apache, etc.) that is changing the computer industry.
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am 3. November 1999
Eric Raymond is not only a brilliant thinker, he's also a damn fine writer -- and one of the more interesting human beings I've had the good fortune to encounter. This is his core stuff. Not to be missed by anyone with an interest in the future of the computer industry.
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am 3. Januar 2000
Eric S. Raymond basically puts on paper what most Open Source developers have been thinking. ALso presents strong arguments why Open Source products are really the only viable 24/7 reliablity applications. A must read for Sys Admins, and Internet Professionals
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am 22. Februar 2013
Eric. S. Raymond beschreibt hier das Wesen der Freien Software und plaudert dabei aus dem Nähkästchen. Das Buch ist locker und humorvoll geschrieben, so daß immer spannend bleibt.
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am 15. März 2000
Well, I agree pretty much with the only negative review I saw here...Linux and FreeBSD have been around for a while now, they're only recently getting popular and moving in the mainstream and everybody is jumping on the bandwagon. Microsoft bashing isn't new either, but somehow it's become the cool thing to do. Some of the essays are well written but as with the other reviewer I don't see why the author is as popular as he is in the community. The book is a good primer for the latecomers who want to join the hype and the circus.
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am 8. März 2000
I don't see how or why this author is so big in the Open Source community. This collection of his opinions is uneducated and insufferable. Why should we take for gospel what he writes? The book's essays have no sense of cohesion (what's with the essay on how to be a hacker? If I were a programmer, I'd care, but I'm not so why is it in here?). His first few essays summarize the book: Hacker: Heroes of the Computer Revolution by Steven Levy. Was hugely disappointed that O'Reilly saw fit to publish this.
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