In this week's edition of our open source news roundup, we take a look at Arduinos in Antarctica, a new open source project to stop human trafficking, a standard for the Internet of Things, and more! Open source news for your reading pleasure: January 10 - 16, 2015
One volunteer's story of Mozilla's Coincidental Work Week in Portland, Oregon.
Tackle information overload. The calibre eBook management software is an excellent tool for creating that daily reading list. Learn how.
The 48th annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has come and gone, bringing with it some exciting new open source platforms and products. While it's difficult to capture every open source announcement and unveiling that happened last week, let’s take a look at a few of the highlights.
Thirty-eight new genera or species of dinosaur were announced in 2014, spanning everything from sauropods to tyrannosaurs to horned dinosaurs. Seventeen of these, or about 45%, were published in open access or free-to-read journals.
It's an age old question, but it's always fun to hear how distributions change from year to year. What is your favorite Linux distribution?
In 2014, Opensource.com racked up almost 4,700,000 page views and more than 2,700,000 unique visits. Those numbers are due to an amazing community of contributors, readers, and sharers. Join us in celebration of our 5 year anniversary on January 25, by taking a moment today to vote in our 2015... Read more
Opensource.com garnered 547,016 page views and 308,112 unique visits in December 2014. We published 77 articles and had numerous posts highlighting our "best of" content from 2014.
Hello, open gaming fans! In this week's edition, we take a look at Open Source Virtual Reality (OSVR) by Razer, old school DOS games in the browser, and more!
Opensource.com weekly Top 5: Every week, I check out the stats and look in on the chatter to see what stories have been most popular with our readers.