Why libraries are intrinsically open and should adopt open source solutions

Posted by tracyanne on Feb 19, 2013 12:53 PM EDT
opensource.com; By Jason Hibbits
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Sharing is a fundamental part of the open source philosophy, and the same goes for libraries. Spreading, disseminating, and breaking down barries to gaining knowledge is a core mission of most library systems and their staff. That that end, libraries—which are essentially hubs of knowledge and gathering places for learning and continuing daily education—may choose to implement open source tools and software.

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