the open source way

Imagine you are there on the day of Open Your World forum and listening to all the talks that day, seven hours so far with a few fifteen minute breaks.  You are learning, things are clearer, but all the ways of applying the open source way outside of software may have you feeling a bit lost in a... Read more
0 comments Posted 6 Jul 2010 by Karsten 'quaid' Wade (Red Hat) Feed
Let's face it. There are tons of projects out there in the world being run the open source way today. While the great ones can accomplish unbelievable things, the bad ones, even the average ones, often fail to achieve their goals. In many cases, the failed projects still used many of the tenets of... Read more
7 comments Posted 7 Jun 2010 by Chris Grams Feed
Each day as I drive to work and hear the radio updates on the unfortunate situation in the Gulf of Mexico, my fears and concerns compound considerably.
14 comments Posted 26 May 2010 by Tony O'Driscoll Feed
Esse quam videri. That's the first thing I saw when I went to see what Paul Frields was up to on his blog. Fun fact: it's also the North Carolina state motto and something I talk about at new hire orientation here at Red Hat. But then I thought about that phrase, and I thought about the responses... Read more
5 comments Posted 25 May 2010 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
A few months ago, I had the opportunity to meet Jim Gilmore, co-author (with Joseph Pine) of the book Authenticity: What Consumers Really Want. I first read the book a few years ago, and it really struck a nerve for me—these guys were on to something. So I convinced Jim to subject himself to a Five... Read more
0 comments Posted 25 May 2010 by Chris Grams Feed
The Open Source Way book has a section on Open Marketing, and I'll be honest: I have my doubts. I will grant that the American Marketing Association defines marketing as "the activity, set of institutions, and processes for creating, communicating, delivering, and exchanging offerings that have... Read more
8 comments Posted 17 May 2010 by Rebecca Fernandez (Red Hat) Feed
A few weeks ago, Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst wrote an article for BusinessWeek suggesting that Toyota might benefit from doing things the open source way when it comes to building the software inside its automobiles. From Jim's article:
4 comments Posted 3 May 2010 by Chris Grams Feed
I’ve had a number of career changes. I went from poetry to technology to metal sculpture to the Internet to biodiesel. And I must admit that although I have brushed against open source a number of times, I have had a hard time getting my head around it.
5 comments Posted 23 Mar 2010 by Lyle Estill Feed
A few weeks ago, I wrote an article about Apple and open innovation. The discussion in the comments about Apple's success, despite their non-openness, was pretty interesting. Greg DeKoenigsberg started things off with this salvo:
42 comments Posted 22 Mar 2010 by Chris Grams Feed
Last week, my friend Greg DeKoenigsberg posted an article about Jaron Lanier's negative comments regarding open textbooks. At almost very same time, I happened to stumble upon an article Jaron wrote back in 2006 criticizing Wikipedia.
9 comments Posted 16 Mar 2010 by Chris Grams Feed

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