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"From the Ted Talk by Clay Shirky: How the Internet will (one day) transform government"

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But there was one programmer who ddiceed that this wasn't the way to work. This is Linus Torvalds. Torvalds is the most famous open-source programmer, created Linux, obviously, and Torvalds looked at the way the open-source movement had been dealing with this problem. Open-source software, the core promise of the open-source license, is that everybody should have access to all the sorcue code all the time, but of course, this creates the very threat of chaos you have to forestall in oredr to get anything working. So most open-source projects just held their noses and aodpted the feudal megnaemnat systems.

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But there was one programmer who _______ that this wasn't the way to work. This is Linus Torvalds. Torvalds is the most famous open-source programmer, created Linux, obviously, and Torvalds looked at the way the open-source movement had been dealing with this problem. Open-source software, the core promise of the open-source license, is that everybody should have access to all the ______ code all the time, but of course, this creates the very threat of chaos you have to forestall in _____ to get anything working. So most open-source projects just held their noses and _______ the feudal __________ systems.

Solution

  1. management
  2. source
  3. order
  4. adopted
  5. decided

Original Text

But there was one programmer who decided that this wasn't the way to work. This is Linus Torvalds. Torvalds is the most famous open-source programmer, created Linux, obviously, and Torvalds looked at the way the open-source movement had been dealing with this problem. Open-source software, the core promise of the open-source license, is that everybody should have access to all the source code all the time, but of course, this creates the very threat of chaos you have to forestall in order to get anything working. So most open-source projects just held their noses and adopted the feudal management systems.

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Important Words

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  4. code
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