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Open Source and Non-Open Source Approach

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Open source extends the philosophy of openness from the architecture to the implementation detail. From management issues, system evaluation and assurance angles, discuss (you may use examples to support your arguments) the advantages and disadvantages of the open source and non-open source approach.
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