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+ - One of the oldest FOSS apps you never heard of:ACP

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Esther Schindler
Esther Schindler writes "The Airline Control Program (ACP), introduced by IBM around 1967, predated the term "open source" by decades. But you may be surprised by how much of its development reflects the FOSS movement today. The ITWorld.com article An Abbreviated History of ACP, One of the Oldest Open Source Applications describes what made it special."
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One of the oldest FOSS apps you never heard of:ACP

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