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I was really pleased to read the announcement that Lockheed Martin’s social networking platform, EurekaStreams, was released as an open source project today. Lockheed is a very conservative company, and while they’re happy to use open source internally and on projects for their customers, this is... Read more
9 comments Posted 28 Jul 2010 by Gunnar Hellekson (Red Hat) Feed
I presented “Creating online community the open source way” at the Triangle Drupal Users Group (TriDUG) on the evening of Thursday, July 22 and thought it would be a good idea to share with a broader audience. For this post, I'll use the opensource.com online community as my case study. Opensource.... Read more
7 comments Posted 28 Jul 2010 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
Building a community is core to all open source projects. In fact, an open source project that lacks a community is likely missing the point of being open source. So what happens when your open project is designed to create communities?
1 comment Posted 21 Jul 2010 by Travis Kepley (Red Hat) Feed
In my day job at New Kind, I spend quite a bit of my time working on brand-related assignments, particularly for organizations interested in community-based approaches to building their brands.
5 comments Posted 13 Jul 2010 by Chris Grams Feed
I see the current stock media situation as a dried-up well. It has some great work and a lot of junk being sold, abused, stolen, and recycled, roundup after roundup.
0 comments Posted 9 Jul 2010 by Harrison Weber Feed
If we look at the differences between closed and open source software development processes, we can identify aspects that can be generalized and applied to other industries and domains. Open source development—that combination of transparency, iterative development with early-and-often releases,... Read more
2 comments Posted 7 Jul 2010 by James Dixon Feed
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
We should have all learned that sharing is a good thing at a very early age. I teach my 4-year old son to share. But what about sharing with your friends and neighbors? That's part of being a community, right? Would you share a
7 comments Posted 1 Jul 2010 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
This is the second in a series exploring the things I have learned from the open source way during my journey with Red Hat. In the traditional proprietary software world, developers are limited in their ability to collaborate with other developers outside of their own companies. In contrast,... Read more
2 comments Posted 30 Jun 2010 by DeLisa Alexander (Red Hat) Feed
Over the last two decades, I have been a member of numerous types of Internet communities and a drive-through visitor at countless more. The technology has varied: email listservs, Usenet, chat rooms, blog commenting, forums and message boards, RPG. Within theses communities the written and... Read more
5 comments Posted 11 Jun 2010 by Rebecca Fernandez (Red Hat) Feed

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