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I've been involved with a fair share of open source activities, game-related and otherwise, and by and large I have thoroughly enjoyed the ride. It all started with an overly ambitious open source game. It never went anywhere, yet I treasure the time I spent working on it. This project sent me head... Read more
12 comments Posted 8 Feb 2011 by Erlend Sogge Heggen Feed
Given the interest in my earlier article about a scorecard for open source and my own rough-and-ready benchmark proposal, I’d be interested in seeing how well the benchmark works at rating a variety of open source projects.
0 comments Posted 7 Feb 2011 by Simon Phipps Feed
What does authentic open source community governance look like? An open source community will involve many people gathering for their own independent reasons around a free software commons with source code licensed under an OSI-approved open source license. But there's more to software freedom... Read more
0 comments Posted 7 Feb 2011 by Simon Phipps Feed
In an old Seinfeld episode, Elaine visits her doctor  and manages to sneak a peek at the physician’s notes. She sees she’s been labeled "difficult." The doctor grabs the notes from her and after a confrontation, jots down more notes. Later, Elaine convinces Kramer to try to get access to her chart... Read more
4 comments Posted 3 Feb 2011 by Lori Mehen (Red Hat) Feed
Shortly after we published Telling the open source story - Part 1, Jelly Helm--the creator of the the Wikimedia Foundation videos discussed in that piece--came to speak to the People and Brand group at Red Hat. Jelly talked to us about how he approaches finding a brand narrative--the story that... Read more
1 comment Posted 2 Feb 2011 by Colin Dodd (Red Hat) Feed
In the first session of FUDCon talks this past weekend, Diana Harrelson reported on her anthropological study of the Fedora community, which she used to find ways to sustain and grow an open source development community. She studied the group from the Fedora 12 launch through the Fedora 13... Read more
13 comments Posted 31 Jan 2011 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
A few weeks ago I gave a talk entitled "Breaking the Software Death Cycle with Domain Driven Design" at the New York DDD Meet-up at Microsoft. Domain Driven Design (DDD) is a way of thinking and a set of priorities, aimed at accelerating software projects that have to deal with complex domains. My... Read more
2 comments Posted 31 Jan 2011 by Daniel Doubrovkine Feed
FUDCon Tempe gets started tonight. Even if you're not there, you can still join in. We're finishing up the opensource.com anniversary week by liveblogging open source stories from FUDCon. What kinds of stories?
2 comments Posted 28 Jan 2011 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
In December, we asked you to vote on your favorite images from 2010. Numerous people voted on the five most popular images in each channel (chosen based on Flickr views), and the winners are:
1 comment Posted 28 Jan 2011 by Libby Levi (Red Hat) Feed
If there's one thing that's important to us, it's community. And we want to know how our community (that's you) feels about opensource.com. Please take five minutes to give us some feedback through our first opensource.com reader survey. It's pretty short, and your feedback will help us give you... Read more
0 comments Posted 27 Jan 2011 by Opensource.com (Red Hat) Feed

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