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What is “open source software”?
Published: 3 March 2009
 

Open source software, in brief, refers to software published under a licence which allows the recipient certain rights to the source code including the right to produce and distribute derivative works. More specifically, it refers to software that meets the guidelines published by the Open Source Initiative. (www.opensource.org).

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