Looking back at open-source software's milestones

01/14/2013 | ZDNet

Steven Vaughan-Nichols cites the oldest and what he deems the most significant open-source software projects in existence, including Linux, which dates to 1991. "The first open-source operating system wasn't Linux," he writes, noting a distribution of UNIX in 1978 by Bill Joy.

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