Code doesn’t just want to be free. It wants to be miscellaneous.So, what’s that supposed to mean? I’m only going to make a few suggestions here, as I best understand it at the moment, and leave the implications to more study and discussion of Weinberger’s book.(...)Open Source Musings
Information is allowed be an unstructured, unordered, teaming mass with rich associations. Consumers of this information take slices configured according to their wishes, and in the process both create additional information and associations.
I wonder if open source can get to this miscellaneous state?
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