How to Run an Art School on Free and Open Source Software

Florian Cramer, Aymeric Mansoux, Michael Murtaugh
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Open Source plays an increasingly important role in arts and design through Web applications and open licenses. The Networked Media design programme of the Piet Zwart Institute has, for years, employed Open Source more radically for all course work, on servers and clients, with a focus on the command line, coding and FLOSS philosophy to foster rethinking of media instead of off-the-shelf design.

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