Open source (disambiguation)

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Open source is the concept of the information allowing the replication or modification of something being open to the public.

Open source may also refer to:

Agriculture, economy, manufacturing and production[edit]

  • Open-source appropriate technology (OSAT), is designed for environmental, ethical, cultural, social, political, economic, and community aspects
  • Open-source architecture (OSArc), emerging procedures in imagination and formation of virtual and real spaces within an inclusive universal infrastructure
  • Open-source cola, cola soft drinks made to open-sourced recipes
  • Open Source Ecology (OSE), a network of farmers, engineers, architects and supporters striving to manufacture the Global Village Construction Set (GVCS)
  • Open-source hardware, or open hardware, computer hardware, such as microprocessors, that is designed in the same fashion as open source software
  • Open-source product development (OSPD), collaborative product and process openness of open-source hardware for any interested participants
  • Open-source robotics, physical artifacts of the subject are offered by the open design movement

Media[edit]

Procedures[edit]

Society[edit]

Software[edit]

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