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<strong><font size="5"><font color="#ff0000">Open</font><font color="#339966"> </font><font color="#ff6600">to</font><font color="#339966"> Everyone, </font><font color="#3366ff">Free</font><font color="#339966"> </font><font color="#0000ff">for</font><font color="#339966"> </font><font color="#000080">All</font></font></strong><font color="#339966" size="5"><strong>.<br />
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<p><strong><font size="5"><font color="#ff0000">Open</font><font color="#339966"> </font><font color="#ff6600">to</font><font color="#339966"> Everyone, </font><font color="#3366ff">Free</font><font color="#339966"> </font><font color="#0000ff">for</font><font color="#339966"> </font><font color="#000080">All</font></font></strong><font color="#339966" size="5"><strong>.<br />
 
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</strong></font><font size="3">&quot;<strong>Openfree</strong>&quot; is a term used to indicate that any information content is <strong>copyright free</strong> and any computer programs or prototypes' source codes are available to anyone without any restriction.&nbsp;<br />
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</strong></font>&quot;<strong>Openfree</strong>&quot; is a term used to indicate that any information content is <strong>copyright free</strong> and any computer programs or prototypes' source codes are available to anyone without any restriction.&nbsp;<br />
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The original author does not retain his/her copyrights. <strong>Everything is free and open to everyone</strong>.<br />
The original author does not retain his/her copyrights.&nbsp;<strong>Everything is free and open to everyone</strong>.<br />
 
 
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Databases and raw program sources are&nbsp;open to anyone and the DB services and compiled programs are free to use.<br />
 
Databases and raw program sources are&nbsp;open to anyone and the DB services and compiled programs are free to use.<br />
 
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;As an example: visit the openfree bio-encyclopedia: </font><a class="external text" title="http://biopedia.org" rel="nofollow" href="http://biopedia.org/"><font color="#810081" size="3">Biopedia.org</font></a><br />
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Go to openfree bio-encyclopedia: <a class="external text" title="http://biopedia.org" rel="nofollow" href="http://biopedia.org/"><font color="#810081">Biopedia.org</font></a><br />
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<font size="3">The 'free' in openfree means not only the freedom in sharing knowledge, but also the cost of knowledge is free as in free meal.<br />
 
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It also includes other intellectual properties such as book contents and diverse media that can contain knowledge, data and information created by any kind of </font><a title="Biological information Objects" href="http://biolicense.org/index.php/Biological_information_Objects"><font size="3">biological information Objects</font></a><font size="3"> in the universe.&nbsp;<br />
 
See also: <a title="BioOriginality" href="http://biolicense.org/index.php/BioOriginality"><font color="#002bb8">BioOriginality</font></a> rule.<br />
 
 
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The 'free' in openfree means not only the freedom in sharing knowledge, but also the cost of knowledge is free as in free meal.<br />
 
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<font color="#000000">Openfree is supported by </font></font><a class="external text" title="http://biofoundation.net" rel="nofollow" href="http://biofoundation.net/"><font color="#000000" size="3">BioFoundation</font></a><font color="#000000" size="3"> as a </font><a class="external text" title="http://biolicense.org" rel="nofollow" href="http://biolicense.org/"><font color="#000000" size="3">BioLicense</font></a><font size="3">&nbsp;scheme<font color="#000000">. BioFoundation&nbsp;</font></font><font color="#810081"><font size="3"><font color="#000000">is a loose association to maintain various bio- and -omics sites. </font><br />
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It also includes other intellectual properties such as book contents and diverse media that can contain knowledge, data and information created by any kind of <a class="new" title="Biological information objects" href="http://biolicense.org/index.php?title=Biological_information_objects&amp;action=edit"><font color="#cc2200">biological information objects</font></a> in the universe.<br />
 
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<font color="#000000">Openfree concept&nbsp;has a root in a philosophy called &quot;<a title="Biosophy" href="http://biolicense.org/index.php/Biosophy">Biosophy</a>&quot;.</font><br />
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<font color="#000000" size="3">Openfree is supported by </font><a class="external text" title="http://biofoundation.net" rel="nofollow" href="http://biofoundation.net/"><font color="#000000" size="3">BioFoundation</font></a><font color="#000000" size="3"> as a </font><a class="external text" title="http://biolicense.org" rel="nofollow" href="http://biolicense.org/"><font color="#000000" size="3">BioLicense</font></a><font color="#000000" size="3">. BioFoundation&nbsp;</font><font color="#810081" size="3"><font color="#000000">is a loose association to maintain various bio- and -omics sites. Biomatics.org is associated with it at present.</font><br />
 
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</font></font><font color="#810081"><font size="3"><font color="#000000"><strong><font size="4">Who owns this site?</font> <br />
 
</strong>It is <strong><font color="#ff0000">you</font></strong> and the&nbsp;future generations&nbsp;of our societies.&nbsp;</font></font></font><br />
 
 
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</font><font color="#810081"><font size="3"><font color="#000000"><strong>Who owns this site? <br />
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</strong>It is <strong>you</strong> and future generations in our societies. See our <a title="BioOriginality" href="http://biolicense.org/index.php/BioOriginality">BioOriginality</a> rule.<br />
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<font size="3"><strong><font size="4">What is Openfree Network?</font><br />
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<font size="3"><a class="external text" title="http://biosite.org" rel="nofollow" href="http://biosite.org/"><font color="#810081"><strong>Openfree sites</strong></font></a><strong>&nbsp;list (biosite.org)</strong></font><strong><br />
Openfree Network</strong> is an internet community of openfree domains and sites. Any home&nbsp;page is invited to join in this network. Let's just be openfree!</font><br />
 
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<a class="external text" title="http://biosite.org" rel="nofollow" href="http://biosite.org/"><font color="#810081" size="4"><strong>Openfree sites</strong></font></a><strong><font size="4">&nbsp;list (biosite.org)</font></strong><strong><br />
 
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</strong><a title="History of Openfree" href="http://biolicense.org/index.php/History_of_Openfree"><font color="#002bb8" size="3">History of Openfree</font></a><font size="3">&nbsp;from BioLicense.org site.</font>&nbsp;&nbsp;<br />
 
 
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</strong><a title="History of Openfree" href="http://biolicense.org/index.php/History_of_Openfree">History of Openfree</a>: openfree is from <a title="Bioinformatics" href="http://biolicense.org/index.php/Bioinformatics">Bioinformatics</a> field.&nbsp;<br />
 
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Download figures and text&nbsp;for profit without&nbsp;a permission from us.</strong></font></font></font>
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<font size="3"><font size="3">(</font></font><font size="3"><font color="#339966"><font size="4">♡</font><font color="#000000">)</font></font><strong><font color="#339966"> B</font><font color="#ff0000">i</font><font color="#0000ff">o</font><font color="#339966">License. All rights openfreely shared.<br />
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Latest revision as of 10:15, 4 November 2010

Open to Everyone, Free for All.

"Openfree" is a term used to indicate that any information content is copyright free and any computer programs or prototypes' source codes are available to anyone without any restriction. 
The original author does not retain his/her copyrights. Everything is free and open to everyone.

Databases and raw program sources are open to anyone and the DB services and compiled programs are free to use.

                   Go to openfree bio-encyclopedia: Biopedia.org

The 'free' in openfree means not only the freedom in sharing knowledge, but also the cost of knowledge is free as in free meal.

It also includes other intellectual properties such as book contents and diverse media that can contain knowledge, data and information created by any kind of biological information objects in the universe.

Openfree is supported by BioFoundation as a BioLicense. BioFoundation is a loose association to maintain various bio- and -omics sites. Biomatics.org is associated with it at present.


Who owns this site?
It is you and future generations in our societies. See our BioOriginality rule.


Openfree sites list (biosite.org)

History of Openfree: openfree is from Bioinformatics field. 


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