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In Free Software Song, Richard Stallman uses Hackers to refer to passionate developers.
The background music is "The Free Software Song" (link to the GNU website), sing by Richard Stallman. This page mentioned that "Richard Stallman and the Free Software Foundation claim no copyright on this song".
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