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Even as a developer, you don't want to (or have to) reinvent the wheel over and over again. Instead, you like to take advantage of the opportunity to build your own software based on existing solutions from the open source community, which not only saves a lot of time and resources, but can also guarantee higher quality in the project. However, the decision in favor of open source in the corporate context should be well considered; with its use there are also some special features that need to be taken into account and which, in the worst case, can quickly represent legal violations or reduced planning security.
Advantages of open source in the enterprise context
Disadvantages of open source in the enterprise context
A comprehensive blog post on the topic of "Open Source in the Enterprise Context" is currently being planned and will be linked here once completed.
As a TYPO3 developer I use daily not only self-developed components like standard applications, extensions and scripts, but to a large extent also open source software of other developers and companies. In order to give something back to the community, I also make some of my own developments available under open source license to anyone who is interested, free of charge and without restrictions in use. The fact that a lot of time and effort went into the development of my own systems should not be left unsaid here, so I'm always happy about contributions from the community.
Contributions can be made in form of e.g. pull requests via my GitLab server at www.halle-development.com or via email to contribute(at)typoniels.de.