on the one hand,
but on the other hand,
2. The code that is copied by the user may be flawed or have program specifications which the user's servers may not necessarily be compatible with.
4. Leaving code in an open-source setting may make the shared information more available and vulnerable to hackers on the internet.
5. Who will get credit for certain design feature codes? Intellectual property concerns are also of interest. Citation etiquette and standards?
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