Open source

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Open source, or open-source, is a term that refers to software that is distributed to the public, indiscriminately and free of charge. Distributing such software includes the distribution of its source code.[1][2]

References[edit]

  1. The Open Source Definition. Open Source Initiative.
  2. Open-Source. Meriam-Webster Dictionary.
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