What do we mean by “Open Source”?
The term “Open Source” refers to something people can modify and share because its design is publicly and/or user-accessible and generally free. TODAY: Open source projects, products, software, or initiatives embrace collaborative participation, transparency, and community-oriented development.
Open Source from Google
Google has released over 20 million lines of code and over 900 projects. Many Google engineers work on open source projects full time, and even more use their 20% time to create new projects or contribute to their favorite existing projects. This list features some of our best-known projects. And see: News about Google’s open source student programs and software releases.
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