community

I can't imagine a world in which compromise and collaboration could be more important than in an open source business model. The model itself opens a Pandora's Box of issues that create a minefield that must be navigated on a daily basis and makes those concepts critical to success. Think, for an... Read more
3 comments Posted 10 Dec 2010 by Joe Anglim (Red Hat) Feed
Community contribution has long been an important topic at Red Hat. After all, our company was built on the open source software development model and much of the code our software developers write is contributed back to the open source community. For many years, Red Hat also funded a modest US... Read more
2 comments Posted 6 Dec 2010 by DeLisa Alexander (Red Hat) Feed
The open source community has a phrase for the principle of rapid prototyping: “Release early, release often.” The theory is sound: Don’t wait until a project is perfect to share it. Instead, keep producing work so more people can experience it, react to it, find bugs, and improve it. But does the... Read more
4 comments Posted 1 Dec 2010 by Jonathan Opp Feed
Starting two weeks ago, you might have noticed some shiny new objects on the site. In fact, some of you have already been distracted by them. Others of you might not have noticed at all. So we're making sure. We finally added share buttons to each article. Specifically, we added buttons for Twitter... Read more
0 comments Posted 24 Nov 2010 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
Starting two weeks ago, you might have noticed some shiny new objects on the site. In fact, some of you have already been distracted by them. Others of you might not have noticed at all. So we're making sure. We finally added share buttons to each article. Specifically, we added buttons for Twitter... Read more
0 comments Posted 24 Nov 2010 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
Most schools today involve rows of students seated at desks, looking toward a teacher. That teacher, who is the focus of all the students, holds the power in the classroom, but has little power to make structural changes within the school system. The educational system in the United States right... Read more
1 comment Posted 23 Nov 2010 by Kiran Nigam Feed
A number of folks from the Teaching Open Source community had a panel at the Frontiers in Education 2010 conference, which is attended by college and university professors interested in improving engineering education.
1 comment Posted 18 Nov 2010 by Sebastian Dziallas Feed
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The opensouce.com community is growing fast, and we're trying to figure out who we are and what we care about. The more we know about ourselves, the more relevant our content and discussions will be. These polls aren't scientific, but they will give us a useful snapshot of of our growing community... Read more
1 comment Posted 15 Nov 2010 by Colin Dodd (Red Hat) Feed
Global map
The opensouce.com community is growing fast, and we're trying to figure out who we are and what we care about. The more we know about ourselves, the more relevant our content and discussions will be. These polls aren't scientific, but they will give us a useful snapshot of of our growing community... Read more
1 comment Posted 15 Nov 2010 by Colin Dodd (Red Hat) Feed
Over the last few years, I've had the opportunity to work with many different organizations attempting to build successful communities inside and outside the open source world. Many of them quickly fall into something I call the tool trap. Meaning, they immediately jump into a conversation about... Read more
15 comments Posted 15 Nov 2010 by Chris Grams Feed

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