Beginners to Open Source, code background
Next week, will begin publishing a series on Beginners to Open Source. This collection of articles will live as a resource that anyone can access anytime to learn more about what it's like to get started in open source, in any position and for any type of open source project.
2 comments Posted 13 Feb 2015 by Jen Wike Huger (Red Hat) Feed
An update of what is going on with the open source agenda at NASA, and how The Apache Foundation fits in.
2 comments Posted 12 Feb 2015 by Lewis John McGibbney Feed
Robyn is an Operations Advocate for Elasticsearch, an end-to-end search and analytics platform. In this interview, she answers my questions about her role as part community manager, part developer advocate at this acclerating open source company. But, what is it exactly? Bascially, Elasticsearch is... Read more
4 comments Posted 12 Feb 2015 by Jen Wike Huger (Red Hat) Feed
The South California Linux Expo (SCALE) is an annual event aiming to provide educational opportunities on the topic of open source software. This is SCALE13X, and prior to the event I caught up with one of the speakers, Emily Durham, who will give a talk called Human Hacking.
2 comments Posted 12 Feb 2015 by Nitish Tiwari Feed
The other side of community involvement in an open source project is the end users. It's hard to be a successful open source project if no one is using it! But aside from providing documentation and forums, how else can projects and users connect?
0 comments Posted 11 Feb 2015 by Matt Micene Feed
Open hardware words in neon
Open source hardware significantly shortens the gap between the concepts of “project” and “product,” and in conjunction with the boom in Additive Manufacturing, is creating fertile ground for growth in the small-business world.
0 comments Posted 11 Feb 2015 by Rich Thomas Feed
Dave Hakkens is the founder of Phonebloks, an initiative that supports and pursues the creation of modular hardware for cellular phones to reduce electronic waste (e-waste) and increase efficiency. In this interview, Dave shares the story of what brought him to this mission and what he believes the... Read more
0 comments Posted 10 Feb 2015 by Luis Ibanez Feed
With the rise of distributed manufacturing with 3D printing, the number of hardware designs released under free licenses is growing exponentially. These designs—ranging from Android phone accessories to prosthetic arms—can have an enormous value for those that want them.
2 comments Posted 9 Feb 2015 by Stephanie Tankersley Feed
In January, set a new world record with 596,721 page views and 335,290 unique visits. We published 78 articles including eight posts during our Careers in Open Source week.
0 comments Posted 9 Feb 2015 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
Open source and Linux games roundup blue swirl graphic
Hello, open gaming fans! In this week's edition, we take a look at the Raspberry Pi 2, some thoughts on Alibaba's recent investment into the Ouya, a way to test your Git knowledge, and more! Open source and Linux games roundup: January 31 - February 7, 2015
0 comments Posted 7 Feb 2015 by Andrew Mandula Feed