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LittleBizzy is a private business that maintains open source SlickStack. This approach is meant to be mutually beneficial to both the web community at large, and also to LittleBizzy (mentions, backlinks, brand awareness, etc). Although we make a strong effort to keep SlickStack a reasonably independent project that encourages competition and collaboration, there are inherent things that will likely benefit LittleBizzy because of this relationship.

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