Nacho González

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It totally agree it would be a rewarding open source way of learning/teaching, i.e. through a guided horizontal exchange, with roles not so clearly defined.

One of the main reasons that drove me to open source was the truly anti-authoritarian and creative acceptance of uncertainty, where locally defined problems are addressed in dynamically distributed ways.

A story worth reading as a genuine instance of a paradigm shift.

Long ago I came across an inspiring image depicting a dilemma: "to compete or collaborate". It probably sums up Adam's state of mind before the internship.

Once immersed in an open culture of inclusion and trust, community practice leads the way... "truth happens".