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Open Source: This term usually implies that the source code for a program is released to the public domain under terms suggested by the Free Software Foundation which allows people to copy, examine, and modify source code and then requires redistributing the modified code into the open source domain. Not just for software: Creative Commons licenses also embrace the Hacker Ethic, to help kids and teachers worldwide tinker and build on each others' work, just like Wikipedia.
Support Gang: Dedicated community volunteers who help others users with support, learning strategies, repair, documentation and in-person outreach. Entrepreneurial teachers are strongly encouraged to join our multitalented worldwide mentoring team: http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Support_Gang
Wiki: A wiki is a website full of community treasures that anyone can quickly modify (Wiki is Hawaiian for quick). Living documents for the XO can be found on the OLPC Wiki at: http://wiki.laptop.org. Please water the flowers!