[GTALUG] ​Can the Internet exist without Linux? | ZDNet

John Sellens jsellens at syonex.com
Wed Jan 13 15:17:06 UTC 2016

On Wed, 2016/01/13 09:47:34AM -0500, Alvin Starr <alvin at netvel.net> wrote:
| Almost all the original free software came from individuals or very 
| small groups.

I would say that depends on what you define as "original".

Many would consider the original BSD code as free, and that came
from the University of California.

Going back to the mid-80's there was lots of free software,
much of it from large organizations or companies.  Perhaps not
officially, but it was there.


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