Open source software is computer software in which the rights that are usually reserved for copyright holders such as source code access, redistribution rights and exclusion/restriction rights are all “open” and provided to the public under a software license that falls in line with OS definition.
Key rights that are considered the public’s property under OS software Definition:
• Open source -- full access to source code
• Free redistribution -- of modified code (usually “patch files” under different name or version number) and unmodified source code
• Exclusion/Restriction – Open Source strives to be a no exclusion or discrimination software and also does not restrict any other software
• Collaborative intellectual property - not owned or controlled by anyone
By designing software using these key principles we create a unique platform in which we can collectively use the common code base, adjust and advance
upon everyones creations thus evolving the capacity of software’s purpose and usability.
Our software comes in a few different flavors.. Alpha, Beta, and official versioned releases.
Alpha software: For use by developers and software testers. This is the seed of something great. With the right love and care we can bring an alpha project to fruition.
Beta software: It means that the code/interface is mostly kink free, users can start testing the code, and/or it is nearly product quality.
Weavver is an experiment in building symbiotic software with the goal of becoming more useful as more people use it.
The most usefulness and value for Weavver will come from it growing in directions that enable other people to utilize it to amplify the effect and power
of having multiple users. We encourage people to contribute ideas and features everyone can benefit from.