I have a request for all y'all #OpenSource folks: what are some pivotal moments in open source history? Try to think beyond the usual suspects (licenses, operating systems, etc...).
(Cross-posted from, but not linked to, Twitter.)
@juliaferraioli I know operating systems is off the list, but I still might argue for 4.2BSD — not in and of itself, but because it was the first serious version with TCP/IP sockets, making the internet (and sharing of code) possible.
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