Must Read Books about FOSS/Linux

On Weekends I've nothing to do than promoting FOSS/Linux, explaining it to every other user out there. Since weekend is the only time that I promote FOSS, here a list of scooped up books for you to get started.

You can start from here:
                                    
  • The Story of an Accidental Revolutionary. Linux Torvalds and David Diamond.
  •  The Cathedral & the Bazaar. Eric S. Raymond
  • Free Software, Free Society: Selected Essays of Richard M. Stallman
     
  • The Success of Open Source. Steven Weber
     
  • Free Culture: The Nature and Future of Creativity. Lawrence Lessig
  •  Rebel Code: The Inside Story of Linux and the Open Source Revolution, by Glyn Moody.
There's also a torrent around out there with about 50 Linux ebooks bundled together. Some of them are upwards of ten years old, but if interested search "Linux ebook" of your favorite. 
Must Read Books about FOSS/Linux Must Read Books about FOSS/Linux Reviewed by Kanthala Raghu on March 15, 2014 Rating: 5

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