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An improvement by specifying Libre as  the sort of freedom upon the preferred acronym in UK government and public service from around 2000 which is FOSS - Free or Open Source Software.
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Free '''Libre''' Open Source Software or FLOSS is considered an improvement by some, specifying the evocative French word "Libre" as a wider freedom than price. It is especially popular in Europe, in Canada, and preferred by [[Richard Stallman]].
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(The preferred acronym in UK government and public service from around 2000 is FOSS - Free or Open Source Software.)

Latest revision as of 20:39, 7 February 2009

Free Libre Open Source Software or FLOSS is considered an improvement by some, specifying the evocative French word "Libre" as a wider freedom than price. It is especially popular in Europe, in Canada, and preferred by Richard Stallman.

(The preferred acronym in UK government and public service from around 2000 is FOSS - Free or Open Source Software.)