1.1: Complexity arises naturally and is decomposable into simpler instructions. For example, the number series 1,3,4,7,11,18 is based on the formula n1 + n2 = n3. The result looks complex, but the formula is simple. List some examples in nature that could be written using a simple program and would yield something that looked complex.
1.2: List some sample Open Source programs that could be described as being commodity-type applications.
1.3: Some business people would argue that Open Source in today's form represents a monopoly and is illegal. Explain why this is both correct and incorrect.
1.4: Name some ASF groups not listed in this book.