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The new MPL
Last week the Mozilla Foundation released version 2.0 of the Mozilla Public License. Immediately recognized as a free software license by the Free Software Foundation and approved as an Open Source license by the Open Source Initiative, MPL 2.0 is a well-crafted modern license that ought to be... Read more
1 comment Posted 9 Jan 2012 by Richard Fontana (Red Hat) Feed
"Shakespeare goes social:" how open video is revolutionizing learning
What can "social video" do for learning?
0 comments Posted 12 Dec 2011 by OpenMatt Feed
What a stint with an open source project can add to your life
There is nothing stronger than the heart of a volunteer. Some of the most amazing projects in the world have seen the light of day only because of the contributions of these selfless individuals. The same holds true for hundreds of open source projects from Fedora to Mozilla to WordPress. What... Read more
0 comments Posted 7 Dec 2011 by Aseem Sharma Feed
The next web: joyful production vs. "elegant consumption"
Mozilla’s Mitchell Baker spoke recently about an interesting shift we’re seeing in technology — a shift from the web as a "maker’s world" that actively encouraged tinkering, tweaking and getting your hands dirty, to an era of "elegant consumption" that’s increasingly about one-way reception. As... Read more
0 comments Posted 22 Nov 2011 by OpenMatt Feed
My theme this week is organizational openness and transparency and today I'd like to highlight a fantastic example of an organization that has built a culture with openness at its core: Mozilla. Most of you probably know Mozilla as the organization famous for its open source Firefox web browser.... Read more
0 comments Posted 15 Sep 2011 by Chris Grams Feed
Why make a new open source software license?  MPL 2.0 (part 3)
In my previous posts, I discussed the new features of the MPL and the new compatibility between MPL and other licenses. In this final post, I'll summarize a few other small details about the new MPL that may be of interest to opensource.com readers.
0 comments Posted 15 Sep 2011 by Luis Villa 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
In 2009, two French filmmakers snuck into Burma to document what they're calling the "absurd decisions" of its dictatorial government. Now author Tristan Mendès France and director Gaël Bordier have edited their footage into a 30-minute "hypervideo experiment," are are using open tools to screen it... Read more
0 comments Posted 24 Jun 2011 by Bryan Behrenshausen (Red Hat) Feed
NASA has been implementing an Open Government Plan for nearly a year, and this week they held the first NASA Open Source Summit in Mountain View, CA. But the roots of open source at NASA go back much further, to its founding legislation in 1958, which designed NASA as a source that would "provide... Read more
4 comments Posted 31 Mar 2011 by Ruth Suehle (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

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