Yeah, at the bottom of any list of arguments for using Open Source should be “those security holes will be fixed in minutes”, fixes are more likely when the code is transparent but nothing’s guaranteed. Closer to the top would be cost savings, but the top really would be the flexibility and reusability you get out of the freedom inherent in the…[Read more]
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