What is OSS ?
OSS (OpenSourceStore) is a open source project written in PHP.
The name OSS is an anagram of SOS and can be traducted by "OpenSourceStore" or "OpenSourceSolution".
The goal of the project is to propose an IHM for discovering new open source PHP projects, trying these and keeping these into your own domain.
Why do you use the OSS client ?
You can use the client for deploying any open source project on your apache/nginx server in a few seconds.
So you can try some of open source project to get the One you've searched.
Why do you use the OSS server (the store) ?
You can use the server (the store) for giving an alternative of the standard store (example : your are a very bad developper (like me) and you would like to shaare your projects all the same, you can do it by building your own store and diffusing its adress).
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