Andrey (azangru) wrote,
Andrey
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Today I learned that "open-source" does not mean just having the source code in the open. I thought the legalities were only around the term "free software" which had to meet Stallman's four freedoms; but apparently "open-source" means also having some kind of license. What's the name for the code that is just open for anyone to see as opposed to hidden under seven seals in a person's or company's private repos? Publicly available?
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