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- Computer science : The study of how computers work, and the algorithms, data structures and design principles used in their operation and programming.
- Copyleft : The use of traditional copyright and intellectual property law to pursue goals of open sharing and collaboration.
- Free Software Foundation : Massachusetts-based non-profit organization founded by Richard Stallman to support the free software movement.
- GNU Free Documentation License : A copyleft license for free documentation of software, designed by the Free Software Foundation (FSF) for the GNU project.
- GNU : A free operating system modeled after AT&T's UNIX, originally announced by Dr. Richard Stallman on September 27th, 1983. The acronym GNU stands for "GNU is not Unix" and is intended to be a play on words.
- Linux kernel : The core piece of the Linux operating system that controls processes, manages memory, and loads device drivers.
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- Mozilla Firefox : Open source World Wide Web browser application.
- MySQL : Cross-platform relational database management system that uses the SQL (Structured Query Language) syntax for scripting queries.
- Open source software : Software where the source code is freely modifiable and redistributable.
- Pike (programming language) : A high-level interpreted, general-purpose, cross-platform, dynamic computer programming language.
- Ubuntu (Linux distribution) : A Debian-based distribution of the Linux operating system.