Nullis in Verba: The Free Software Movement as a model for Openness and Transparency

@article{Corrado2018NullisIV,
  title={Nullis in Verba: The Free Software Movement as a model for Openness and Transparency},
  author={Edward M. Corrado and Heather Moualison Sandy and Erik Mitchell},
  journal={Technical Services Quarterly},
  year={2018},
  volume={35},
  pages={269 - 279}
}
ABSTRACT Nullis in verba was chosen as the motto of the Royal Society, as it embodied the culture of transparency and collaboration that were the hallmarks of the Royal Society and of the scientific method it promoted. Communication, using the tools of the day, was essential to this community of scientists as they created and shared new knowledge. Almost 300 years later, libraries continue to advance principles relating to the importance of collaboration and transparency. This two-part article… 

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