rDouglass writes: Michael Tiemann, the author of the G++ compiler and father of the open source support model that enabled Red Hat, weighs in on the concept of open source music, drawing parallels between Glenn Gould's "Participant Audience" essays, the thinking of Stallman, Lessig, and Raymond, and the Open Goldberg Variations project which was reported on Slashdot in 2012.
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