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The ultimate open source gift guide for 2013
Our 2013 open source holiday gift giveaway ended on December 11. Read the official rules for more details. You could win some of the gifts from this guide, and the grand prize winner will receive a Lulzbot TAZ 2 3D printer! View the complete list of prizes. We've searched the Internet and... Read more
9 comments Posted 18 Nov 2013 by Opensource.com (Red Hat) Feed
Cyber Monday shopping
We don't condone shopping when you should be working, but everybody needs a break, right? When you're out shopping for the online deals today, here are a few Cyber Monday specials we like:
0 comments Posted 26 Nov 2012 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
Poll: Your favorite open source gift
Check out the open source gift guide and if you'd like a chance to win an iNecklace, Atmega32u4 Breakout Board, or MintyBoost, you have until Friday, December 2 to enter.
5 comments Posted 29 Nov 2011 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
Poll: Your favorite open source gift
Check out the open source gift guide and if you'd like a chance to win an iNecklace, Atmega32u4 Breakout Board, or MintyBoost, you have until Friday, December 2 to enter.
5 comments Posted 29 Nov 2011 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
Open source gift guide and giveaway: Our answer to Cyber Monday
It's the season for a lot of us to go shopping--and you might as well celebrate the spirit of open source in your gift-giving. We've got a few suggestions to help you out with that. And since it's always nice to get something for yourself, we also have three great giveaways from open source... Read more
13 comments Posted 27 Nov 2011 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
Sunday is Father's Day in many parts of the world, and while it's never too late to pick up another tie for good ol' dad (the 8-bit version is always a good choice), I've got a few more open source suggestions for you. iCufflinks
2 comments Posted 17 Jun 2011 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
In a July 2010 post on opensource.com, Jonathan Opp wrote about the nature of giving and participating in a gift culture/economy. One point that he mentions is the benefit of giving freely, without strings attached. I’d like to expand on that, since I think there’s a lot we can learn from... Read more
8 comments Posted 18 Apr 2011 by Kartik Subbarao Feed