Project Gutenberg and You: Using Open Source to Contribute to PG

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Michael S. Hart passed away in early September — you might not know his name, but you certainly know his work. Hart founded Project Gutenberg, the oldest and arguably the best free e-book library in the world, home to tens of thousands of titles in dozens of languages, all contributed by volunteers. Project Gutenberg is no doubt going to continue to thrive, but as a tribute to Hart, let's take a look at the free software tools you can use to participate, from scanning in an old book to helping the Project's ongoing proofreading and formatting work — and sharing PG books with others.

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