1. Write open-source software
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1. Write open-source software The first (the most central and most traditional) is to write programs that other hackers think are fun or useful, and give the program sources away to the whole hacker culture to use.
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(We used to call these works free software, but this confused too many people who weren't sure exactly what free was supposed to mean. Most of us now prefer the term open-source software).
Hackerdom's most revered demigods are people who have written large, capable programs that met a widespread need and given them away, so that now everyone uses them.
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But there's a bit of a fine historical point here. While hackers have always looked up to the open-source developers among them as our community's hardest core, before the mid-1990s most hackers most of the time worked on closed source.
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This was still true when I wrote the first version of this HOWTO in 1996; it took the mainstreaming of open-source software after 1997 to change things. Today, “the hacker community” and “open-source developers” are two descriptions for what is essentially the same culture and population but it is worth remembering that this was not always so.
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(For more on this, see the section called Historical Note: Hacking, Open Source, and Free Software.)