Eric S. Raymond, father of the Open-Source Movement, talks about computers, guns and liberty.

Eric S. Raymond put his anarcho-capitalist ideas into action when he formed the Open-Source Software Movement. This movement helped influence many aspects of today’s world, from Linux to Creative Commons to file sharing, Netscape/Firefox, Wikipedia, Social Networking, blogs, podcasting, open Internet telephony, and the very underlying methodology of how the Internet works. Here Michael W. Dean talks with Eric about all that, as well as about guns, statism, i.p. laws, copyright, Stefan Molyneux, martial arts and even cats.

Eric’s blog

Eric’s website.

Eric’s essay The Cathedral and the Bazaar (text HERE.)

Eric’s essay Homesteading the Noosphere

Revolution OS documentary film.

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