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Free & Open

(as originally proposed by curiousdanniioriginally proposed by curiousdannii and highly upvoted back then)

This Stack Exchange site is about all things free and open.

Why would it need to be “free & open something”? Adding a noun changes the grammar and changes the interpretation of “free”. We want “free” to be understood as in freedom, not as in free beer. This works better when free doesn't qualify a noun.

Free & Open

(as originally proposed by curiousdannii and highly upvoted back then)

This Stack Exchange site is about all things free and open.

Why would it need to be “free & open something”? Adding a noun changes the grammar and changes the interpretation of “free”. We want “free” to be understood as in freedom, not as in free beer. This works better when free doesn't qualify a noun.

Free & Open

(as originally proposed by curiousdannii and highly upvoted back then)

This Stack Exchange site is about all things free and open.

Why would it need to be “free & open something”? Adding a noun changes the grammar and changes the interpretation of “free”. We want “free” to be understood as in freedom, not as in free beer. This works better when free doesn't qualify a noun.

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Free & Open

(as originally proposed by curiousdannii and highly upvoted back then)

This Stack Exchange site is about all things free and open.

Why would it need to be “free & open something”? Adding a noun changes the grammar and changes the interpretation of “free”. We want “free” to be understood as in freedom, not as in free beer. This works better when free doesn't qualify a noun.

Free & Open

This Stack Exchange site is about all things free and open.

Why would it need to be “free & open something”? Adding a noun changes the grammar and changes the interpretation of “free”. We want “free” to be understood as in freedom, not as in free beer. This works better when free doesn't qualify a noun.

Free & Open

(as originally proposed by curiousdannii and highly upvoted back then)

This Stack Exchange site is about all things free and open.

Why would it need to be “free & open something”? Adding a noun changes the grammar and changes the interpretation of “free”. We want “free” to be understood as in freedom, not as in free beer. This works better when free doesn't qualify a noun.

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Free & Open

This Stack Exchange site is about all things free and open.

Why would it need to be “free & open something”? Adding a noun changes the grammar and changes the interpretation of “free”. We want “free” to be understood as in freedom, not as in free beer. This works better when free doesn't qualify a noun.