Open Source is more than just a technical product, we would love to hear your thoughts on what Open Source means to you!
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Open Source is the window for the innovation and a tool for learning new technologies
Open source is more than a community. Is the contribution, effort, knowledge and hours of work for people over the world. Is the big result of little grain of sand for each one. We demonstrate our free commitment to contributing and learn
Open Source means its Free Ecosystem for All, there is no proprietary its a community for all
Open source to me is a software where I can always get to modify the source code to suit my technical preference.
Open source means secure, because if the code is open, anybody can examine it and find anything unwanted like bugs or backdoors etc..
For me, it is the collaboration of many people in the World. People all working together to create the perfect software by gathering all the great ideas and implementing the very best ones into it. Not matter how big or small, every contribution works towards something better.
Open source software is software with source code that anyone can inspect, modify, and enhance.
Software whose source code is open and accessible, and which can be modified to one's needs. Open source code also ensures to optimize software development, and enable a large number of freelancers to apply their best practices and get engaged.
Open Source mean the future of humanity.
Open source means code designed in a way that is accessible to the public: everyone can view, modify, and distribute the code in any way they see fit. It's an amazing philosophy
A collaborative learning environment, enabling open source skill development.