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No Comparison Roadmap vs. Advice Minimalist vs. Maximalist Libre vs. Proprietary General vs. Domain-Specific

Landscape, libre vs. proprietary

Libre systems are open and free, and you can use them without having restrictions now or in the future. This is a great attribute, because any investment on a proprietary system can be wasted if the owner decide to change their policies and, for example, start charging all users or trainers a large amount of money to allow them to proceed using what they have created based on the proprietary content.

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