What is opensource?
The original software can be altered by anyone, and open-source software is free to use. It’s a term for software, among other things, that’s free to use and may be studied or developed by anybody because it’s built on a code that anyone can understand. Open source software (OSS) is software that is distributed with its source code, allowing it to be used, modified, and distributed under its original license terms. Most computer users never view source code, which is the code that programmers use to govern how a program or application operates.