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Humanitarian world boosted by free and open source software

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Published on Sep 26, 2012

HFOSS, Humanitarian Free and Open Source Software, is a movement inspired by the December 2004 Asian tsunami. Leslie Hawthorn, part of Red Hat's Community Action and Impact team, gives example after example of how HFOSS has improved and made possible disaster preparedness and relief programs, as well as empowered other projects in the health, civic, finance and academic sectors (especially for women and people of color).

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