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Five experienced technology journalists gathered to a standing-room only audience at LinuxCon Tuesday to discuss "Hype vs. Reality: Today's Linux Story from the Media's Perspective," moderated by Jennifer Cloer of the Linux Foundation. The panel consisted of:
4 comments Posted 10 Aug 2010 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
A little over a month ago, the Fedora Project announced a plan to replace the existing Fedora Individual Contributor License Agreement (FICLA) with something new, which we've imaginatively titled the Fedora Project Contributor Agreement (FPCA). After gathering some feedback on the first draft from... Read more
0 comments Posted 10 Jun 2010 by Richard Fontana (Red Hat) Feed
Proponents of getting students involved as contributors in open source projects often cite the benefits of having a portfolio and a stellar network of references for job or even school applications. What some don't know is that there are scholarships specifically geared towards open source... Read more
2 comments Posted 2 Jun 2010 by Mel Chua Feed
Esse quam videri. That's the first thing I saw when I went to see what Paul Frields was up to on his blog. Fun fact: it's also the North Carolina state motto and something I talk about at new hire orientation here at Red Hat. But then I thought about that phrase, and I thought about the responses... Read more
5 comments Posted 25 May 2010 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
This semester, a colleague and I have been running a parallel set of freshman seminar courses. Darren Miller (a photography professor in the Art Department) is teaching a course titled Art and Activism, and mine is titled Technology and Activism. These topical courses are part of an Allegheny... Read more
4 comments Posted 12 Apr 2010 by Matt Jadud Feed
A few weeks ago, I wrote an article about Apple and open innovation. The discussion in the comments about Apple's success, despite their non-openness, was pretty interesting. Greg DeKoenigsberg started things off with this salvo:
42 comments Posted 22 Mar 2010 by Chris Grams Feed
If you've ever watched a road bike race like the Tour de France, you know the peloton is the big group of riders that cluster together during the race to reduce drag. It's a great example of collaboration in action. But let's face it: the people in the middle of the peloton may go faster than they... Read more
5 comments Posted 25 Feb 2010 by Chris Grams Feed
Looks like version 2 of Sugar on a Stick, codenamed Blueberry, is getting good reviews.  Well, one good review, anyway. Still, for a good review, it's quite good indeed.  Chuck Lawton writes the Geek Dad blog for Wired, and his review of Blueberry is delicious. A favorite nugget:
0 comments Posted 15 Dec 2009 by Greg DeKoenigsberg Feed

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