Wednesday, January 16, 13The core advances of open source software, in my opinion, have always come from people who are more pragmatic. I was around in the earlydays of Unix, and what drove code sharing wasn’t radical idealism or licenses. The early Unix code wasn’t shared under a license that wouldhave qualiﬁed as open source, but it was open enough. Early versions of Unix were developed collaboratively by hundreds of developers at aloose network of institutions, most notably AT&T, where it started, and UC Berkeley.That community collaboration is a big part of what OCP is trying to recreate. The future of OCP depends on you. It is your contributions thatwill push it forward. Own it!