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12 Days of Christmas: What open source has given us

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It’s been a good year for Linux and open source. As we wind it all down, I wanted to take a moment to have a little bit of fun with traditional holiday song — “The Twelve Days of Christmas.” It’s a lighthearted way to wrap up some of the things open source (OS) has given us this year.

So, forget the partridges and lords leaping, here we go!


On the first day of Christmas…

OS gave to me, A desktop from a forked tree.

rest here

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