Open Source Judaism

Open Source Judaism is a small movement within the Jewish community that uses open collaboration to create works about or for Judaism. One of the groups completed works include an open source Haggadah (prayer book for Passover).

The movement was proposed in and inspired by the 2003 book Nothing Sacred: The Truth about Judaism by Douglas Rushkoff.

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