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Hello, open gaming fans! In this week's edition, we take a look at Steam's 125M active accounts and the Game Developers Conference, an open source augmented reality headset, Linux games, and more. Open gaming roundup: February 21 - 28, 2015
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Top 5 articles of the week, green stars
Welcome to the Opensource.com Weekly Top 5! Do you want to know how the magic happens? It's not rocket science of course, but I thought you might like to know how I make the Weekly Top 5 video and article for you every week.
0 comments Posted 27 Feb 2015 by Jen Wike Huger (Red Hat) Feed
In this week's edition of our open source news roundup, we take a look at Docker and the Oceanic Society, Linux kernel version 4.0, a mini-farm, and more! Open source news roundup: February 21 - 27, 2015.
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A quick explanation of how to resize images in python while keeping the same aspect ratio.
1 comment Posted 27 Feb 2015 by Dayo Ntwari Feed
Samsung's Guy Martin talks about strategies for getting involved with—and earning the respect of—an open source community.
3 comments Posted 27 Feb 2015 by Guy Martin Feed
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Victoria got started contributing to other projects with a pull request challenge to open source projects on GitHub.
1 comment Posted 26 Feb 2015 by Victoria Holland Feed
What truly defines any open source project, making it a unique entity that is different form all other open source projects? I would propose that there are three key elements of any open source project that frame, define, and differentiate that project from all others: the code, the community, and... Read more
1 comment Posted 25 Feb 2015 by Shane Curcuru Feed
Do you remember what it was like when you first started out in open source? I recently asked a group of developers to recount what it was like for them and what prompted them to start contributing to open source in the first place. Each has worked professionally as a developer for a range of 3 to... Read more
0 comments Posted 25 Feb 2015 by Noel Peatfield Feed
Open hardware words in neon
The Hummingbird Robotics Kit is $145 and includes an Arduino board that interfaces for LEDs, sensors, servo motors, and more. The kit can be controlled by the SNAP! or Scratch programming languages, and is supported on Linux (as well as Windows and Mac). Learners from ages 10 to 110 are invited to... Read more
2 comments Posted 24 Feb 2015 by Don Watkins Feed
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Five different Linux distributions designed to make your life easier when computers start giving you a headache.
8 comments Posted 24 Feb 2015 by Joshua Allen Holm Feed

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