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2008 | nr 5 | 88-93
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The Free, Open Source Option as Ethic

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A new pattern of technical decision making that has had a profound effect on the software industry is to consider free, open source options, wherever feasible, alongside traditional build versus buy alternative when designing and implementing any type of technological system. "Free, open source" (FOS) refers to the permission granted to users to freely use, copy and share technical products, and in the case of computer software, to examine, modify, and redistribute the source code from which the software is generated. (original abstract)
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