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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 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
We hope you've had a chance to celebrate our anniversary this week with us. There's been a lot to see, do, and participate in, and we'd like to know what your favorite was. Thanks for your feedback, and feel free to add other comments below.
0 comments Posted 30 Jan 2011 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
We hope you've had a chance to celebrate our anniversary this week with us. There's been a lot to see, do, and participate in, and we'd like to know what your favorite was. Thanks for your feedback, and feel free to add other comments below.
0 comments Posted 30 Jan 2011 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
We're happy to announce another new feature on opensource.com. The Contributor Spotlight now appears on the homepage and features users from our community. Right now, we don't have any specific rules about who can go there or how long they stay. Our current thinking is the Contributor Spotlight... Read more
0 comments Posted 26 Jan 2011 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
Today you might have noticed a few new things on opensource.com, like badges appearing under users in the comments. We're launching a points and badge system (in beta) for the site. We're still ironing out some bugs, but here's a little more about the system and why we're doing it. Meritocracy is... Read more
32 comments Posted 24 Jan 2011 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
Trust is an essential human attribute and virtue. When we are born, we are completely helpless and at the mercy of others. We instinctively trust that someone will look after us, nurture us, protect us. Being trusting and being trustworthy are central tenets of what it means to be a human... Read more
3 comments Posted 21 Jan 2011 by Raj Sisodia (Red Hat) Feed
I’m lucky enough to have the opportunity to spend much of my time these days doing something I love—helping clients position and manage their brands. My experience helping build the Red Hat brand over ten years had a profound impact on the approach I take to brand positioning.
1 comment Posted 20 Jan 2011 by Chris Grams Feed
GROUND LAB is a research and development company focused on designing and fabricating prototypes and solutions for a wide range of clients, ranging from large organizations like UNICEF to smaller NGOs, conservationists and artists. We use the open source approach in our development not only for the... Read more
0 comments Posted 7 Jan 2011 by Justin Downs Feed
Over the past few months, I've started moonlighting as a contributor on the Management Innovation Exchange (MIX), which we've featured regularly here on opensource.com. My posts on the MIX focus on how to enable communities of passion in and around organizations.
0 comments Posted 6 Jan 2011 by Chris Grams Feed

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