open source

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
(Bilgisayar) kaynağı aç
(Nükleer Bilimler) açık kaynak

Bu bir açık kaynak projesidir. - This is an open source project.

Tatoeba açık kaynaklıdır. - Tatoeba is open source.

(Bilgisayar) kaynak aç
open source software
Açık kaynak kodlu yazılım
open source information
(Askeri) AÇIK KAYNAKLI BİLGİ: İstihbarat değeri olması muhtemel bilgi. (Halkın bilgisine açık istihbarat bilgisi)
open source information
(Askeri) açık kaynaklı bilgi
open source intelligence
(Askeri) açık kaynak istihbaratı
open data source
(Bilgisayar) açılacak veri kaynağı
open data source
(Bilgisayar) veri kaynağı aç
source is open
(Bilgisayar) kaynak açık
open data source
veri kaynağını aç
open header source
(Bilgisayar) üstbilgi kaynağı aç
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To make open-source
Open-source software in general

His contributions to open source are numerous.

The practice of providing open-source code for a product
In the weak form, the philosophy that the source code for software should be open to all In the strong form, the philosophy that the ability to provide corrections and additions should also be open to all Such software is often covered by the Gnu General Public License AIPS++ is Open Source in the weak form, but we prefer to get to know our developers If you are interesting in developing for us, please contact us at [email protected] edu
When the source code of a computer program is made available free of charge to the general public, it's known as open source The basis of open source software is to produce more useful and bug-free products for everyone to use The concept relies on peer review to find and eliminate bugs in the program code, a process which commercially developed and packaged programs do not utilize The Open Source Initiative (OSI) reviews then certifies open source programs They have a stringent list of criteria that include making sure no one collects a royalty on the software and no person, group or field of endeavor can be denied access to the program
Open source software goes one step beyond freeware Not only does it provide the software for free, it provides the original source code used to create the software Thus, curious users can poke around with it to see how it works, and advanced users can modify it to make it work better for them By its nature, open souce software is pretty well immune to all types of computer virus
Software that is distributed in such a way that the original source of the program is accessible to the holder of the product An effort in the computing community to promote the concept Unix, Mac OSX, PHP, and other products are now available in open source form
Software source code that is available to the general public and that does not have licensing restrictions that limit use, modification, or redistribution
Simply put, this is software which includes source code for your use or modification Open Source is often released under the GNU Public License, but may be released under similar licenses
Software development by making source code freely available so that outside programmers can submit improvements, or use it themselves This includes fixing bugs, improving performance, and adding features Examples of open source projects include BSD, Linux, and Mozilla For a more precise and detailed definition, visit OpenSource org
Software for which the programming code is freely available to all developers
Software whose source code can be freely distributed and modified
Any software whose code is available for users to look at and modify freely Linux is the best-known example; others include Apache, the dominant software for servers that dish out corporate web pages
Open Source means that the online learning software system is developed, maintained and distributed in a free manner that preserves future users' ability to view and modify the source code
- A somewhat ambiguous term that refers to software that is released with its source code The fact that the source code is provided does not necessarily mean that users can modify and redistribute the source code The term is sometimes used interchangeably with "free software," although they are not always the same (Also, see Public Domain and Shareware )
A method and philosophy for software licensing and distribution designed to encourage use and improvement of software written by volunteers by ensuring that anyone can copy the source code and modify it freely The software itself however may not be free of charge
Software where the source code is available for anyone to extend or modify http: //www opensource org/
A computer software application or operating system for which the source code is in the public domain This enables anyone to develop the code as long as they make their enhancements available to everyone else Linux is a prime example
Software built by programmers who think technology should be distributed without charge Open source programs, such as the Linux operating system, post their source code for free so that anyone can use, modify and improve them Operating system The software that tells a computer how to run its most basic functions and how to interpret user commands
Open source refers to any program whose source code is made publicly and freely available for use and/or modification
open source is software that is distributed under legal license such as the GNU General Public Licence GPL that permits free distribution and availability of the source code See this website for the definition http: //www opensource org/docs/definition_plain html
In general, open source refers to any program whose source code is made available for use or modification as users or other developers see fit (Historically, the makers of proprietary software have generally not made source code available ) Open source software is usually developed as a public collaboration and made freely available
A definition of software that includes freely available access to source code, redistribution, modification, and derived works The full definition is available at www opensource org
While there is agreement on the broad term "open source" as meaning approximately what is captured in the Open Source Definition the term has, ironically, now become so popular that it has lost some of its precision We strongly encourage everyone who cares about open software to use the term only to describe licenses that conform to the OSD, or software distributed under such licenses; but since the term has passed into more general use, we also encourage people to refer to the "OSI Certified" mark, which has precision and legal force in identifying software distributed under licenses that are known to meet the OSD requirements [Open Source Initiative FAQ, 2002 ] http: //www opensource org/advocacy/faq php
Computer programs or operating systems for which the source code is publicly available are referred to as open-source software Inherent in the open source philosophy is the freedom of a distributed community of programmers to modify and improve the code The most widely known example of open-source software is the Linux operating system
A kind of software which is not only made freely available, with no copyright restrictions, by the developer, but the source code is made available as well Like freeware and public domain software, open source software is an effort to make sure that people can share the programs they have created without other people trying to make a profit from their efforts
This is a less-confusing name for what is also called 'Free Software' It describes the development method used for many pieces of software, including the Linux kernel, where the source is freely available for anyone to work on, or modify, or learn from, or use in other projects
Open source software is distributed with the source code freely available for alteration and customization The idea behind open source software is the exact opposite of the old "too many cooks spoil the broth" adage Theoretically, through the collective work of many programmers, the resulting software can become more useful and free of holes and bugs One of the most well-known pieces of open source software is Linux
open source religion
a decentralized religion that is continuously undergoing open source revision by its followers
open sources
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of open source
Of, or relating to a product which is licensed to permit modifications and redistribution of its source code

Linux is an open-source operating system.

To release the source code of

The big Unix company Sun Microsystems bought the code for StarOffice in 1999, and some time afterward they open-sourced as much of it as they could.

of or relating to or being computer software for which the source code is freely available
open source

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    o·pen source

    Турецкое произношение

    ōpın sôrs


    free software


    /ˈōpən ˈsôrs/ /ˈoʊpən ˈsɔːrs/


    () Coined by Christine Peterson in January 1998.


    ... all be open source. [ Applause ] ...
    ... So we've developed an open source royalty free ...

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