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Community spotlight: Scott Nesbitt, contributor to FLOSS manuals
Meet Scott Nesbitt. He's a freelance writer and consultant in Toronto, Canada. He uses open source tools for more than 85 percent of the work he does. He's idealistic about more getting more open data from our governments. Nesbitt also contributes to FLOSS Manuals (FLOSS stands for Free/Libre open... Read more
0 comments Posted 21 Oct 2011 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
Community spotlight: Paul Booker, Mozilla contributor
On opensource.com, community is very important. We want to continue to recognize our community members who contribute in ways other than writing articles--things like rating and commenting, voting in polls, and sharing our collective work on social media. This is the second of our community... Read more
2 comments Posted 13 Sep 2011 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
Community spotlight: Peter Borsa fan of Drupal and Fedora
On opensource.com, our community is very important. This is why we started the contributor spotlight earlier this year. But we wanted to also recognize community members who contribute in ways other than writing articles--things like rating and commenting, voting in polls, and sharing our... Read more
3 comments Posted 17 Aug 2011 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
Here at PyCon2011, there are quite a few open source rock stars in attendance. Software hackers of various stripes, developers from the corporate and community realms, and many other technically savvy and interested folks.
0 comments Posted 11 Mar 2011 by Remy DeCausemaker Feed
It's a busy morning here in New York City. My email inbox is full of pleasant surprises. The first is a patch for one of my open source projects. A second will appear this afternoon. A third should come late at night—or maybe tomorrow–from a new contributor. Alongside my day job, I contribute and... Read more
4 comments Posted 9 Mar 2011 by Daniel Doubrovkine Feed
In the interview with Chris Blizzard I posted last week, near the end of the article Chris attributes a phrase to Mozilla CEO John Lilly: "Surprise is the opposite of engagement." This may be one of the most simple, brilliant things I have ever heard someone say when it comes to creating engaged,... Read more
5 comments Posted 8 Apr 2010 by Chris Grams Feed
I've always been a fan of the Mozilla Foundation, and not just because of the Firefox web browser. As catalyst for some of the great communities in the open source world, Mozilla is something of a recipe factory for what to do right when it comes to building community. As it turns out, Mozilla's... Read more
2 comments Posted 30 Mar 2010 by Chris Grams Feed

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