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- open-source (verb or adjective)
Coined by Christine Peterson February 3, 1998.
- (computing) The practice of providing open-source code for a product.
- (computing) Open-source software in general.
- His contributions to open source are numerous.
- (espionage) Information that is in the public domain and available to everybody.
- Alternative form of
the practice of providing open source code for a product