Living Internet Source Code
Copyright enforcement and data security are of secondary importance at CERN, where information exchange is still more important than secrecy.
– Tim Berners-Lee; Information Management: A Proposal; May, 1990.
The Living Internet source code is free open source software, released under the GPL 3 license.
You can find a current, freely available copy of the source code, along with a user manual that describes how to use the code as a template to build your own web site, at the links below.
- Living Internet Web Site Template User Manual – Open Office
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