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Open source software is better.
Open source software is better and more secure.
Open software is free.
A real community is growing around opensource, and it is an opportunity to meet great people.
The free and opensource software defends the original values of Internet.
Everyone can view the code working in the background, which means it's more secure.
Without a wide audience of impartial reviewers software users must fully trust a corporate entity who may not have the users best interest in mind.
If a serious vulnerability existed, it would be noticed faster.
Bringing the community into the project can speed up development.
Making the code available to everyone is a big contribution to the general tech world and allows easy code-reuse.
People who work as software developers need to make money to buy basic necessities.
People could add vulnerabilities into the code on purpose.
If everyone can see the code, serious weak points could be discovered easily.
Free software isn't as good as paid software.
Open-Source licenses are a mess.
Should public entities use only open source software?
All software should be open source.
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