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Issue 3 | Why We Fight

By Eric Raymond
Published Sept. 7, 2004 6:00 p.m.
Rejecting both the left and the right, ERIC RAYMOND tells us, "Terrorists have made themselves outlaws from the moral community of mankind, to be dealt with as rabid dogs are." Read his Anti-Idiotarian manifesto.

About Eric Raymond | Eric Steven Raymond is the granddaddy of today's hackers, a man who revels in living the life in all its geeky glory. According to him, "The world is full of fascinating problems waiting to be solved." Annoyed by the fact that most people misuse the term "hacker," he wrote The Hacker's Dictionary and How to Be a Hacker. (Raymond says the basic difference is that "hackers build things, crackers break them.") Not only is he respected for his astounding skills as a programmer, but Raymond is also valued as a fierce defender of the Open Source Movement, which is based on the premise that programmers should be able to read and modify all software source codes.

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