Manifesto - Notable Manifestos - Technology


  • The GNU Manifesto (1985), by Richard Stallman, an explanation and definition of the goals of the GNU Project
  • The Hacker's Manifesto (1986), by The Mentor aka Loyd Blankenship
  • The Debian Manifesto (1993), by Ian Murdock
  • Industrial Society and Its Future, otherwise known as the Unabomber Manifesto (1995), by Ted Kaczynski
  • The Third Manifesto (1995), by Christopher J. Date and Hugh Darwen, a proposal for relational database management system
  • The Cathedral and the Bazaar (1997), by Eric S. Raymond
  • The Cluetrain Manifesto (1999) by Rick Levine, Christopher Locke, Doc Searls and David Weinberger
  • Pluginmanifesto (2001) by Ana Kronschnabl, a Web film statement
  • The Hacktivismo Declaration (2001) by Oxblood Ruffin (Hacktivismo)
  • The Agile Manifesto (2001) by 17 software professionals
  • Monad Manifesto (2002), by Jeffrey Snover
  • The Mozilla Manifesto (2007), by Mozilla community
  • Principles of Programming Languages (2007), by Robert Harper
  • You Are Not A Gadget: A Manifesto (2010), by Jaron Lanier
  • The Hardware Hacker Manifesto (2010), by Cody Brocious

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