open source community

wavegraph
Why not change the world? I have always been interested in science, technology and (most of all) computers. These are things that I always loved, even though they were sometimes difficult. I loved math and science class in school; I read science-fiction and fantasy novels in all of my spare time. I... Read more
4 comments Posted 24 Sep 2013 by Stephen Gallagher (Red Hat) Feed
open source community
Community is vital to an open source project. An active and supportive community is the heart of the project. However, having an open source licence is not enough to bring users and developers to your project and build a community. This document looks at what makes a successful open source... Read more
3 comments Posted 6 Sep 2013 by OSS Watch Feed
open source communities
Elizabeth Leddy gave the next talk I attended entitled, Wish I Knew How to Quit You: 10 Secrets to Sustainable Open Source Communities. Elizabeth works with Plone but wasn’t really involved in open source until about five years ago. With open source we often start by working at a company that... Read more
2 comments Posted 26 Jul 2013 by Nicole C. Engard Feed
FOSS contributors
Concerns are raised every once in a while in the broader free and open source software community about freeloaders. The attitude expressed is that if you're getting the benefit of FOSS, you should contribute. Building a business on a FOSS project you don't own, whether you're providing a service or... Read more
7 comments Posted 25 Jun 2013 by Stephen R. Walli Feed
DrupalCon Portland 2013
I arrived a few minutes early to the main hall of the Oregon Convention Center in preparation for Drupalcon's opening keynote by Dries Buytaert. A random mix of music chosen by the community via Twitter using the #DrupalRadio hashtag played through the hall as people filed in with anticipation.
0 comments Posted 10 Jun 2013 by Erik Newby (Red Hat) Feed
open source communities
Open source software is not only about programming code. There exist a vast amount of different organizational structures that facilitate the development and diffusion of open source software. In this article, I explain the main types of organizations within the open source community.
3 comments Posted 10 Jun 2013 by Matthias Stürmer Feed
open source communities and disaster relief
In an overnight, grassroots movement, the open source platform Drupal has made an impact in Oklahoma. A group of more than 70 volunteer code sprinters—made up of developers, designers, and sys admins—congregated late Tuesday night at DrupalCon in Portland to create help4ok.org.
1 comment Posted 3 Jun 2013 by MichaelDRoden Feed
people's choice award winners
The tallies are in, and we'd like to announce the winners of the 2013 People's Choice Awards! Plus, a few extraordinary contributors that have elevated the opensource.com community.
6 comments Posted 8 Feb 2013 by Casey Brown Feed
community
Look at the founders of any Internet startup, and you're almost certain to find an open source expert among them. Take Google, the biggest Internet success story of them all. Co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin built and ran their brand-new web indexing tool on servers running the open source... Read more
20 comments Posted 20 Dec 2012 by Valerie Aurora Feed
We explore the open source tech behind Twitter
Without open source, Twitter wouldn't exist. Every Tweet you send and receive touches open source software on its journey between computers and mobile devices. We were curious about how much open source is used at Twitter. Beyond that, we wanted to discover how open source may influence the culture... Read more
6 comments Posted 13 Aug 2012 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed

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