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The Octopus team uses GitHub to host the Octopus Deploy source code in a private repository.

Customers with server licenses with 200 targets or more are entitled to access this repository - just contact us with your license information and the list of GitHub usernames you want to have access. From there, you can fork the Octopus code, and tweak it to your heart's desire. Since the code is in Git, you'll be able to maintain your fork whilst also receiving bug fixes and future features from us.

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Tools like @OctopusDeploy can be great in enabling culture change, we've been able to scale and improve our configuration story since we started using it

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