It's mainly because a well documented Free Open Source Software is an
excellent Open Educational Resource
You can have a look to this link pointing a discussion that took place
Le 10 nov. 09 à 23:02, Luke FERNANDEZ a écrit :
> Just an incidental question apropo of these different categories of
> openness (although it's pestered me for a while):
> What are the synergies between open source initiatives and open
> educational resource initiatives? Does the fact that both of these
> initiatives share some commitment to something called "openness" mean
> that their respective advocates are likely to work together? Or are
> their respective interests and values distinct enough that there are
> challenges in getting these groups to work toward common ends? The
> reason I ask is that I've seen plenty of advocates in either group.
> But they don't always seem to form a coalition.
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