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Chocolate space invader
There are no words in this phrase I don't like: open source chocolate space invaders.  The "source code"--mold instructions and chocolate recipe--aren't available yet, but they do intend to release them. 
0 comments Posted 7 Dec 2011 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
What a stint with an open source project can add to your life
There is nothing stronger than the heart of a volunteer. Some of the most amazing projects in the world have seen the light of day only because of the contributions of these selfless individuals. The same holds true for hundreds of open source projects from Fedora to Mozilla to WordPress. What... Read more
0 comments Posted 7 Dec 2011 by Aseem Sharma Feed
Credit cards good here
GOG.com wins points for openness by being a distributor of DRM-free games, but now they're going even further by choosing to protect their customers' data over the convenience of a faster checkout. After the wide security breach of the Playstation Network, GOG surveyed its users about the issue--"... Read more
2 comments Posted 6 Dec 2011 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
Gandhi quote at Red Hat headquarters
In my first week at Red Hat, having come from a long history of using proprietary software in the corporate workplace, it only took a few hours to wash away more than fifteen years of plugging overly long license codes into software before I could sit down and use it. What had become second nature... Read more
19 comments Posted 6 Dec 2011 by Gary Denne Feed
Some of the compositing tools of Kdenlive
It is expected that even a modest video editor will feature a set of basic video transitions. The challenge is to offer critical effects without becoming bloated and unfocused in scope. Kdenlive manages to offer the most commonly required effects with all the standard options without sacrificing... Read more
9 comments Posted 5 Dec 2011 by Seth Kenlon Feed
How we almost lost Doom 3 and id for good
For fans of both gaming and open source software, few major video game companies have been revered as id software, one of the only major game studios that has not only perpetually released game clients for Linux, but has also released the source code for many of their proprietary game engines.... Read more
7 comments Posted 30 Nov 2011 by Travis Kepley (Red Hat) Feed
Poll: Your favorite open source gift
Check out the open source gift guide and if you'd like a chance to win an iNecklace, Atmega32u4 Breakout Board, or MintyBoost, you have until Friday, December 2 to enter.
5 comments Posted 29 Nov 2011 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
Poll: Your favorite open source gift
Check out the open source gift guide and if you'd like a chance to win an iNecklace, Atmega32u4 Breakout Board, or MintyBoost, you have until Friday, December 2 to enter.
5 comments Posted 29 Nov 2011 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
Building an Emergency Alert System for the 21st century
When Ruth Suehle posted about the recent test of the Emergency Alert System and how it could be improved, I agreed, for the most part, but wanted to add a few comments of my own, including an idea that I had a couple of years ago on alerting people.
2 comments Posted 29 Nov 2011 by Eric Christensen (Red Hat) Feed
10gen offers prizes for MongoDB Community Champion, Innovative Application, and
As part of the MongoDB Community Awards program introduced this year, 10gen, the company which develops MongoDB, will be rewarding a peer-elected Community Champion, as well as Innovative Application and Core Contributor winners, with a trip to SXSW Interactive in Austin, Texas in March 2012.
0 comments Posted 28 Nov 2011 by Amelia Feed

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