Teaching kids about open source? Don't forget to teach them ethics as well.
Back when I started college, in the fall of 1988, I was introduced to a
text editor called Emacs. Actually, it wasn't just called Emacs; it was
called "GNU Emacs". The "GNU" part, I soon learned, referred to
something called "free software", which was about far more than
the fact that it was free of charge. The GNU folks talked about software with
extreme intensity, as if the fate of the entire world rested on the
success of their software replacing its commercial competition.