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Moderator's Choice 2011: Seth Kenlon
Along with our annual People's Choice Award (announced last week), we also have a Moderators' Choice Award, selected from the previous year's authors across the site by the opensource.com editors. This year's winner is Seth Kenlon.
0 comments Posted 6 Feb 2012 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
Open collaboration: living or dying by a community
First of all, thank you. Yup, I was talking to you. People like me tend to get the credit when things go right, and the axe when things don’t, but in the open source world it’s you who ultimately decides the fate of a project. Engineers and managers and designers work hard, this is true. None of... Read more
2 comments Posted 1 Feb 2012 by Stephen Gallagher (Red Hat) Feed
People's Choice Award
Thanks to everyone who voted for a People's Choice Award winner last week! Looking at the votes took some time due to a few folks who appear to have been dedicated enough to set up vote-bots. We appreciate your enthusiasm, but our authors are champs on their own, no additional help needed. But... Read more
6 comments Posted 30 Jan 2012 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
 Vote for the 2011 People's Choice Award
It's the time of year when we like to celebrate our community. And as we did last year, we want you to choose your favorite author for the 2011 People's Choice Award. Voting will be open through January 27, 2012. The winner will be announced on January 30, 2012 on opensource.com. Voting is now... Read more
0 comments Posted 23 Jan 2012 by Opensource.com (Red Hat) Feed
How has open source changed your life?
What has open source changed about you? Did you create something that is valuable to you and others? Maybe you met new people or learned a new skill that you can apply to your job or your next project? Tell us how being part of an open source project or being involved in an open source community... Read more
4 comments Posted 10 Jan 2012 by Colin Dodd (Red Hat) Feed
How has open source changed your life?
What has open source changed about you? Did you create something that is valuable to you and others? Maybe you met new people or learned a new skill that you can apply to your job or your next project? Tell us how being part of an open source project or being involved in an open source community... Read more
4 comments Posted 10 Jan 2012 by Colin Dodd (Red Hat) Feed
Open*Business: 2011 in review
The principles of open source continue to have a huge influence on the science of management. Collaboration, transparency, community, and rapid prototyping are used frequently to describe  management innovations that are taking place in companies around the world. We published a great collection... Read more
2 comments Posted 26 Dec 2011 by Jeff Mackanic (Red Hat) Feed
Get the right people on the team (and the wrong ones off)
No one would dispute that teams are critical to an organization’s success. Yet many teams feel they're not performing as well as they should be. Poor team performance, especially among teams that work across departments or functions, tend to breed silos, competing agendas, turf wars, and... Read more
0 comments Posted 15 Dec 2011 by Judy Malan Feed
Inside NYSCATE: Moodle, GIMP, and other open source in education
As an educator, trained Linux systems administrator, and technology director for a K-12 school district, I have been actively involved with NYSCATE (The New York State Association for Computers and Technologies in Education), a non-profit organization that works to lead the transformation of... Read more
7 comments Posted 8 Dec 2011 by Don Watkins Feed
Stray Cinema
Stray Cinema is an open source film project, experimenting with the open source ethos to market and distribute films. To participate, anyone in the world with an internet connection can download feature footage for free, and create their own version of a film. Unique edits can then be uploaded back... Read more
3 comments Posted 7 Dec 2011 by Michelle Hughes Feed

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