Open source software (OSS) is defined as computer software for which the source code and certain other rights normally reserved for copyright holders are provided under a software license that meets the Open Source Definition or that is in the public domain. This permits users to use, change, and improve the software, and to redistribute it in modified or unmodified forms. It is very often developed in a public, collaborative manner. Open source software is the most prominent example of open source development and often compared to user-generated content. The term open source software originated as part of a marketing campaign for free software. A report by Standish Group states that adoption of open source software models has resulted in savings of about $60 billion per year to consumers.
The term open source ("OS") describes a type of production, dissemination and exploitation of software opposed to the so-called "proprietary" way of distribution. OS-software is usually produced in a collaborative process by a web-based community. The ultimate aim is to create stable, compatible and free software. In order to achieve this, the source code is "open" for anyone to see and distributed along with the software and the according license. By these means, any user of the software has access to the code, can learn about it and develop it further Free use, modification and distribution is the core concept of OS. Many, but not all OS-licenses are distributed with a so-called copyleft-clause. Copyleft licenses do not only license the aforementioned types of exploitation, they do so only under the condition of re-distribution under the same license. The Open Source Initiative awards a cachet to all licenses that are in compliance with its Open Source Definition, which is a worldwide acknowledged standard. OS-licenses have been successfully tested in courts.
Openoffice.org is the website. Open Office is the software and yes it is open source software.
Anyone can improve/edit it in the way they like.
There are two types of software that meet your description:public domain software, this is software that is not covered by copyright law; it can be modified in any way desired and the resulting program can be either redistributed in the public domain or copyrighted as a completely new work.opensource software, this is software that has been copyrighted and is distributed under an opensource licence that permits modification and redistribution under an opensource licence, but prohibits copyrighting the resulting program and thus preventing others from also modifying your work.
both are usually free, but with opensource (if you are a programmer) you can actually edit the source and extend the software as needed.
Either public domain or, in the case of software, opensource.
In short NO.
an integrated software application such as Microsoft works is: an individual program meant only business purposes sold in specific collections,which reduces the price only available in opensource format
Any software that has an "Open Source/MIT" License. Although I do no think that Any software without Explicit License saying you may do so will allow you to simply take that application and Give it away.
You will need to download the usb drivers and software to allow for transferring the information from the phone to your computer. http://www.bitpim.org/ makes opensource software for doing the transfer, and http://www.easymobilesoft.com/ has software and driver downloads and other website links to help you find what you need.
Open-source is a development model. Windows is an operating system.
Plandora is a tool for project management and PPM (Project Portfolio Management). It is a openSource tool, free of royalties and available under LGPL license at sourceforge portal. The audience intended are software developers, Project Managers and Quality Engineers. The Plandora solution fits very well in small companies or small teams that want to improve the software quality and management.
No it is completely free and opensource. Download it here: gimp.org Tutorials here: thegimpking.blogspot.com
All of them - you just have to know where to look.Try installing this free opensource program called stellarium.
this is SMART PHONE ... which original name is HTC DREAM. This smart phone is based on new Google opensource software platform called : Android ... There is Android Market with a lot of available applications and games for Android users ... just look at some video reviews on YOUTUBE ok?
MySQL is an opensource, faster And has more performance than SQl.It works on all platforms unlike SQL.
It's hard to say which software is best. Because of that users' requirements are different. And each software has its advantages and disadvantages. For instance, Excel is a very widely used tool but not great enough to deal with complex computing. R is a good opensource, it has the elegant and agile mechanics of syntax and the open interface for secondary development. But it lacks of friendly UI and requires strong technical background to use it well. Just list a few. For new statistical software, I should say esProc and esCalc. These two software is script for statistical computing and analytics. It's very easy to use and can do complex computing with step by step mode. Its syntax is agile and has cell-style interface.
TuxWordSmith is a free, platform-independent, opensource applicatiton available from asymptopia.org. It plays scrabble in 40+ languages.
You're probably looking for Workrave which is opensource and available for Win32 and Linux
When looking for a popular download of free software, or shareware, it can become very confusing. There are a plethora of sites, which does one chose? Cnet has been a trusted source of shareware for many years. From opensource operating systems, like Unbuntu and other Linux based Operating systems, to games. You are probably wondering, "what if I have a Mac"? Well, there is an answer. Open Source Mac has shareware or freeware for the Mac user. It even has apps for your Iphone! How great is that?
You can try the JPM2Java JPA source code generator at https://jpm2java.dev.java.net. The user guide has samples that shows how to do the same.
What technology used to build a house you say? - I assume you mean in software? if not then this answer wont benefit you. The main programs used are that know as CAD or computer aided design, these allow the user to build from scratch, building, vehicles and whatever they wish - this type of application can be expensive but the opensource world (free) gives you options to get just as good quality for nothing.
it is very easy to copy a DVD in the way.. simply connect the scart output from the DVD player to the scart input of the DVD recorder and select the record source. Only thing is some DVD's are copy protected so this wont work.. an alternative if you have a PC and DVD burner is to download a free program such as DVD shirnk and back it up to the PC and the burn it to a DVD using software such as Nero or some free opensource CD / DVD authoring software
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Hi, we can divide software into system software, operating software, mobile software, etc.While, operating software is a kind of software, wich usually includes office software, Internet software, multimedia software, analysis software, business software and database software.
CMS- Content Management System , it was the best opensource web development tool.Used for quickly publish online via a simple, template-driven Web browser interface.CMS solutions built from scratch or implementing opensource tools like Joomla, Drupal, Wordpress, Expression Engine, etc…In Malaysia Openwave offering these tools with Technically strong DevelopersContact @ +6 06 firstname.lastname@example.org