Open source Initiative

Open Source Initiative

Whenever our technology does not give us a specific competitive advantage in our industry we support and contribute our code back to open source projects that use software licenses approved by OSI. We do this by releasing frameworks that may be useful to others in the belief that better software will be the result.

This does not mean you can copy our commercial products and services, or our designs or ideas but you are welcome to contribute to open source projects we use or adapt them to your particular needs. Do feel free to let us know if you do. We might even hire you to help us! Note that we are not implying any form of endorsement by or association with OSI, we simply are simply endorsing the licences they promote.

About Open Source

Open source doesn't just mean access to the source code. According to the Open Source Initiative the distribution terms of open-source software must comply with certain criteria:

Read more: About Open Source


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