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Welcome to AHSoftware, by Allan Heinsvig

IT support and software development for the open source community, and Linux operating system.
I love Linux, and open source. As I love the freedom to make a choice in my life. I love that you are no longer tied to the single company’s ecosystem.
Open source is a community of users and developers, that love sharing knowledge, experiences, source code, and documentation.
"Open source" means that anyone can look at the software's code, change it and share their changes with others. People participate voluntarily, out of interest in the project, interacting over the internet and through code-sharing sites like GitHub.
It makes you happy, that you can build and develop the applications you need to solve your own computer problems. It's open, it's free, it's made to be easy to read, and learn from other developers. Made easy for you to use your new knowledge to build the future, build your own applications on your own computer.

Open source creates transparency and community engagement, which accelerates the pace of innovation.

Technology is the foundation of our society must be based on. Cooperation, sharing, education, knowledge, are the basic of open source. It's not nerdy to have interest and training in IT and software development. IT is our future, it is important that all people have the knowledge to participate in the development work, regardless of age and gender.

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Welcome to free world of free open source operating systems and free open source software.

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In 1980's open source software was created as a hobby project without money. But this have changed a little now in the 2013 and the future. Now developers needs to make money so they can pay there bills. Share knowledge, enjoy freedom, have existed since 1970's. Communites grows in size and numbers. More users and developers contribute and help the open source projects to new heights. Linux is here to stay, and is getting better and better. No company will be able to buy and acquirer Linux. No company can kill Linux. Open source growing strong, and stand strong against proprietary and closed source software. Strong protected by the GNU GPL license.

If you as a company or open source foundation have problems make money. It is not the guilt of (FOSS) Free and open source software. The company must try accept the rules of FOSS, or combine open source software with other products or services that can make money.

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Nobody own Linux. But millions of software developers are working together on Linux.

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Linus Torvalds is the creator of Linux, and Git (a version control system for dev teams, and the technology behind GitHub).

Richard Stallman is the creator of GNU.

Linux is a registered trademark of Linus Torvalds.

When Linus Torvalds steps down and retire, then the community of users and developers will continue the work on Linux.

Foundation behind open source and Linux: Linux foundation

Foundation behind open source and free software: Free Software Foundation

Foundation behind some FLOSS (Free Libre Open Source Software) software: Software Freedom Conservancy

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I belive in open innovation like Redhat and Fedora Linux.

Remember the difference between FOSS (Free and open source software) and OSS (NOT-FREE open source software).
Free means that you have freedom to copy, use, change, redistribute the source code.
FOSS source code are often free of charge (no money).
FOSS source code licenses like GNU GPLv3 does not allow integration with closed-source products.
OSS (Open source) means that you can read and review the source code, searching for bugs.
OSS can have a small price tag.

I like the same freedom as Richard Stallman, and his GNU project. “Free software” is a matter of liberty, not price. To understand the concept, you should think of “free” as in “free speech”, not as in “free beer”.
Open source is a development methodology, free software is a social movement. By then open source can make money to the developers.

Freedom doesn't have to be free

I will NOT write about open source, that have a small price tag. And I will NOT write about all different licenses and how to mix different software with different license.

Why Open Source misses the point of Free Software

Open source developers are highly motivated to reuse source code from other developers. What already works in Linux, will not be reinvented again. The result is quicker software development. When open source projects slow down, or stop. When open source projects work in the wrong direction. Then open source developers are highly motivated to fork the project, by copy the source code, and then work in another direction that is better for the community.

Money does not provide better software. Knowledge and cooperation in the open source community, drives development of better software for the users.

Like a football game, it is very important with the teamwork. All members of the community working on the same project with the same goal. Communication is very important too, to managing the project, and changes to the source code will work with other source code too. Bad when changes to the source code breaks the application, or break the ability to compile the source code into binary code.

Richard Stallman are unhappy with the 2 separate business models. One business model (non-profit) for the "open source" and free software. While another business model for the proprietary "closed source" and buy-ware. But in one way or another, the developers needs to make money to pay there bills. Open source foundations, and open source companies are good methods howto create an open source business.

With my work, I will promote Linux Fedora logo Linux Fedora, and development of open source software for Linux.

Open source adoption rises, more companies and users see the future using open source, this drives the innovation of open source, by the community of developers and users. User-driven innovation is key to the success of Linux.

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I am a "open source fan-boy", "open source enthusiast and hobbyist", "computer technology development nerd", "cross platform software development enthusiast", and I prefer, and fighting against proprietary and closed source software that empty your pocket of money. But in one way or another, the developers needs to make money to pay there bills. So open source, and closed source must try to be friends, without killing each other. Users want a choice, developers want a choice, communities of users and developers want a choice.

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As long Linux Kernel, developer tools, and user applications are FOSS (Free and Open Source Software).
As long nobody owns Linux, but everybody can help the community behind Linux Kernel and the applications.
As long it is possible to create a Linux Kernel without propritary binary blobs.
As long Linux can be transfered and crossplatform compiled to all types of computer hardware no matter the size.
As long Linux distribution makers, developers and users can read, modify, add new software, and redistribute changes to Linux Kernel and applications, just like free speech.
As long "closed source" companies help the community create "open source" drivers for Linux.
As long "closed source" applications can be added on top of Linux Kernel.

Then Linux is the winning operating system

No "closed source" company can create the same software as the million of developers around the world are working together to make the best operating systems and applications for the users.

"Closed source" companies can make a choice. Either they can feel the real honest competition from Linux, or they can cooperate together on development of Linux kernel and applications.

Linux as a desktop that are just as loved by the users as Microsoft Windows and Apple Mac OSX is not an important goal, but a good sign if or when it happening by the users. Linux for tiny computers, and Linux for super computers are a much better goal to work on.

Where are Linux for desktop, game computers, office computers, virtual music instrument computers ? It also comes slowly, but not a primary goal. In the future the tiny computers will get there processing power and data storage on super computers on the internet. So tiny computer devices are always connected to the internet to work correctly.

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My own projects are FOSS (Free and Open Source Software), using the GNU GPLv3 license for all my projects.

I will try to keep my website updated, with open source knowledge, and my own open source projects.

My website, documentation, education material, and my software development projects will always be a work in progress.
There will never be a finished product, and there will never be anything for sale.
Like my own open source software development projects, and all other open source projects from around the world. There will be many milestones, but never a finished product.

You can copy, use, change, redistribute everything from my website.

Work to do, that can help users and developers: Remove old websites with old deprecated information, documentation, knowledge and API from the Internet. And add new updated documentation, knowledge and API to the Internet. This will help both developers and users, when using Linux and open source software.

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Linux and open source development, by AHSoftware, by Allan Heinsvig. GNU GPLv3 General Public License. All source code, documentation, and my idea of my projects, are all free to copy, use, modify, and redistribute.