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Promoting an Open Source project: for example, seeking contributors or showing off features.
Organizing, managing, or running an Open Source project.
Open Source philosophy, licensing, and/or practical and legal topics thereof.
Advocacy and adoption of Open Source technology.
DO NOT use this tag if you are simply using a technology which happens to be open source.
Projects must comply with the Open Source Definition (see below) to legally use the term "open source".
Open Source is so much more than "you can read the code". It is formally defined by the Open Source Initiative.
"Open Source" should not be confused with the similar "Free Software", which is defined by the Free Software Foundation. Generally, all Free Software is also Open Source, and the two camps often cooperate; however, the concepts are distinct!
Open Source Hardware is defined and overseen by the Open Source Hardware Assocation
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