Meet John Scott. He is a systems engineer in Alexandria, Virginia. Scott has worked extensively on open source software policy for the US government and military--and helped found MIL-OSS and Open Source for America. See what else he does.
David Doria is currently working on a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He works in the field of computer vision and image processing. David recently contributed his first article: Open source software gains ground in higher education.
Seth joined opensource.com in October with a post about Novacut. Since then, he's been sharing his knowledge of Kdenlive in an ongoing open video editing series that has been very popular with our readers. Ant there's more on the way. He's an independent multimedia artist and free culture advocate. We'd like to thank Seth for his current and future contributions. You've never seen open video editing like this before!
Scott Wilson agrees that open source matters because of open code, but just as important is the process in which the code is made. Open development of code is in the social nature of many programmers, hackers, documentors, and project managers. So, what is it about open development? Find out what developing and working in the open is like for Scott Wilson in this Opensource.com Community Spotlight.