Question 1: Such a notice either is a " ________", or a notice that the source code is released into the public domain.
Question 2: In 2002, Linux coordinator ________ decided to use BitKeeper to develop the Linux kernel, a free software project, claiming no free software alternative met his needs.
Question 3: In practice, for software to be distributed as free software, the human-readable form of the program (the ________) must be made available to the recipient along with a notice granting the above permissions.
Question 4: In 2006, ________ started the first campaign against the use of binary blobs, in kernels.
Question 5: The issue of binary blobs in the ________ and other device drivers motivated some developers in Ireland to launch gNewSense, a GNU/Linux distribution with all the binary blobs removed.
Question 6: [19 ] Free software allows users to cooperate in enhancing and refining the programs they use; free software is a [20 ] ________ rather than a private good.
Question 7: Also, since the blobs are undocumented and may have bugs, they pose a security risk to any ________ whose kernel includes them.
Question 8: All of these software packages originated in academic institutions interested in wide technology transfer ( ________, MIT, and UIUC).
Question 9: Free software is generally available at no cost and can result in permanently lower costs compared to ________.
Question 10: Apart from these two organizations, the ________ project is seen by some to provide useful advice on whether particular licenses comply with their Debian Free Software Guidelines.