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community version

Generally refers to open source software that is maintained by a group of volunteers (the community). See open source.
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Clearspace and its community version Clearspace X offer a very attractive graphical user interface.
On average, each month, the community version of Open-Xchange Server is downloaded more than 6,000 times.
The first performance of Cleveland Repertory Project, under newly appointed Artistic Director Hernando Cortez in 2003, might best be described as a dance community version of "Shock and Awe." Overnight the Ohio-based contemporary dance company was catapulted from relative obscurity onto the national stage.
UNESCO's Educating for a Sustainable Future tells students that "the kind of change required by sustainability implicates each community, each household, each individual." Next, the students learn that "all over the world people are working together to build a sustainable future at the local level." And these people are building this sustainable future, we find out, by implementing "the local community version of Agenda 21," efforts known as "Local Agenda 21 initiatives." One of the many lies that UNESCO transmits to the unsuspecting youngsters in this lesson is that these "local" initiatives are local.
It will be a Community version of forums that already exist in several Member States, the Commission encouraging those States without such a body to establish one.
The interviews were conducted by trained raters (graduate psychologists, a nurse with geriatric experience and a medical scientific officer) using the community version of the Geriatric Mental State (GMS) schedule.
In future, the broadcaster is looking to upgrade to a newer version of Magnolia, once the vendor moves its status from community version to enterprise version.
San Diego, CA, February 26, 2014 --(PR.com)-- SPARQL City is proud to introduce to the database management community version 1.0 SPARQLverse, in both open-source and commercial forms.
The competition asks entrants to use the free community version of Datascape and their own data (or any publicly available open datasets) to come up with breath-taking, original and compelling visualisations.
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