Whenever we talk about open source we only talk about big coding projects with contributions from aound the world. An openly available source code and all. I was wondering going with the spirit or the philosophy of open source aren't freely available books also part of open source. I also read somewhere that they are but I don't know if that was a reliable source. So, please clarify.
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Open source does not only apply to programming. If you consider "source" as meaning any kind of blueprints, models, design specifications, or typesetting (word document or latex files), basically anything that is the basis for making something whether it is a software, a book, or a physical product of some …
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