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Default to Open: The Story of Open Source and Red Hat
August 29, 2011
Red Hat Films
Red Hat Films is proud to unveil “Default to Open: The Story of Open Source and Red Hat” – a documentary that looks at the past, present and future of Red Hat and the evolution of open source.
Take a look back at what was going on in the 80s and 90s in open source. Then, learn how Red Hat got started, went public, continued to grow and changed the technology industry along the way. Finally, hear what the future of open source holds.
Experience this story from some of the people that helped craft it: DeLisa Alexander, Jeremy Allison, Paul Cormier, Alan Cox, John Halamka, Venky Hariharan, Lawrence Lessig, Alex Pinchev, Brian Stevens, Michael Tiemann, Mark Webbink, Jim Whitehurst, Jan Wildeboer and Bob Young.
Kick back and enjoy.