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Resources

Page history last edited by Liz Langan 12 years, 2 months ago

Here are a set of resources useful for students or any other interested party.

 

Web Development Resources

Free Software

 

 

 

Any questions/additions, or if you would like to be a contributor to this Wiki: contact me at mzellers {at} lorainccc.edu

 

Comments (1)

Ryan Schoolcraft said

at 2:03 pm on Sep 20, 2008

According to the gimpshop website, open source software must be readable by humans and allows derivative works to be made from it without royalties. Open source software must comply with ten (10) criteria in order to be considered “open-source”.
1. Free Redistribution
2. Source Code
3. Derived Works
4. Integrity of The Author's Source Code
5. No Discrimination Against Persons or Groups
6. No Discrimination Against Fields of Endeavor
7. Distribution of License
8. License Must Not Be Specific to a Product
9. License Must Not Restrict Other Software
10. License Must Be Technology-Neutral

There are numerous open source software available via the Internet. Mozilla Firefox for web browsing, Mozilla Thunderbird for email, Gimpshop for photo editing, I Tunes for music downloads, Google Earth for map creation, HTML/Text Editing for website editing, and McAfee for virus protection.
Open source software will provide quality software products to millions of users who otherwise would not be able to afford these products.

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