At The Storehouse, we're big believers in Free and Open Source software. Some of the best projects in the world are built on Open Source principals, including much of the software we use every day.
We're so committed to these ideas, we built The Storehouse to be open source. (Here's our source code) We want you to be able to know with certainty that every last bit of your data is safe and secure with us. We commit to a higher code standard and are proud to demonstrate our commitment every day.
We also want to enable the free movement of projects and ideas, so any open source project (not just software) that houses their project on The Storehouse will get all their services either free or at a reduced cost. All you have to do is publish your files under an OSI approved license.
The software for The Storehouse is released under the GNU Affero General Public License. This means you can copy and distribute the source code freely, but must keep the source code public if you modify it or decide to run a new service. Full license details are here.
That license only applies to the Source Code. Use of The Storehouse is still governed by our Terms of Service. We also rely on many other projects to build The Storehouse. For a list of these projects, checkout our README.
Certain elements of this site use proprietary media, such as stock photos. Those are not open source and are not distributed with The Storehouse source code.