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You can find a story (= a novella) I wrote about open-source development (with some focus on Perl) titled The Human Hacking Field Guide. It is somewhat-non-realistic realism fiction, with many jokes sprinkled in. And its text in English, along with its DocBook 5/XML source is made available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike Licence which gives a lot of permission for a lot of re-use, and was recently placed in a GitHub repository for easy check out, forking, issue reporting, and some pull requests.

I’d be happy to hear any comments, hear if you enjoyed this story, or if you found some faults - your criticism (I am not a native English speaker). If you liked the story, I would appreciate if you can share it on-line and off-line.

Here is the summary:

Jennifer is an honours student in her high school senior year in 2005 near Los Angeles, California. Encouraged by her best friend, Taylor, she decides to try her luck at becoming an enthusiast of open source software development. Taylor puts her under the tutorship of “Erisa”, a more experienced and also female developer of open source software, who is a self-aware punk, who considers the pop culture, that Jennifer is a fan of, detestable. Jennifer remains determined to learn how to develop open source software from Erisa, but with a few surprises along the way.

Cheers and happy reading.


In reply to Story about open source development: “The Human Hacking Field Guide” by shlomif

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