« La réussite, c’est un peu de savoir, un peu de savoir-faire et beaucoup de faire-savoir. » [ Jean Nohain ]
An open-source software is more “flexible” than a proprietary software, for the simple reason that it can be adapted to your specific needs.
Even though you may never modify the source code by yourself, be assured that any computer scientist who is familiar with the operation of the software will be able to do it.
This is why choosing open-source solutions is perfectly adapted to the library world.
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