What's your favorite Open*Law image from 2010?

Posted 29 Dec 2010 by 

Jason Hibbets (Red Hat)
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Copyright license choice (broken copyright)
38% (13 votes)
Software beware: Patentfield ahead (patent minefield)
32% (11 votes)
Can programming language names be trademarks? (registered trademarks)
12% (4 votes)
The free software way (A, B, C1, C2, D, E flow)
6% (2 votes)
The Apple exception (apple in a cage)
12% (4 votes)
Total votes: 34

The visual components on opensource.com are an important element to the look and feel of our content. The images help set the tone for the site. The imagery embodies several qualities such as motivational, editorial, authoritative (but not authoritarian), human, and optimism.

Without our imagery, the content on the site would be plain and unsightly. We'd like to highlight some of the images from 2010 and give you a chance to pick your favorite.

Learn how you can contribute an image to the community and see the best of the Open*Law images on Flickr.

 

Copyright license choice (broken copyright)

Copyright license choice (broken copyright)

 

Software beware: Patentfield ahead (patent minefield)

Software beware: Patentfield ahead (patent minefield)

Can programming language names be trademarks? (registered trademarks)

Can programming language names be trademarks? (registered trademarks)

The free software way (A, B, C1, C2, D, E flow)

The free software way (A, B, C1, C2, D, E flow)

The Apple exception (apple in a cage)

The Apple exception (apple in a cage)

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Jason Hibbets is a project manager in Corporate Marketing at Red Hat where he is the lead administrator, content curator, and community manager for Opensource.com. He has been with Red Hat since 2003 and is the author of, The foundation for an open source city. Prior roles include senior marketing specialist, Red Hat Knowledgebase maintainer, and support engineer. Follow him on Twitter: @jhibbets

Should I use a permissive license? Copyleft? Or something in the middle?