open source principles

left and right brain
Most businesses today know that utilizing collaboration tools increases the liklihood success for a project, and for the organization as a whole. When people work together, brain power is multiplied; not only does more work tend to get done, but better work. The loner mentality—whether it's applied... Read more
0 comments Posted 25 Oct 2012 by Jen Wike (Red Hat) Feed
left and right brain
Most businesses today know that utilizing collaboration tools increases the liklihood success for a project, and for the organization as a whole. When people work together, brain power is multiplied; not only does more work tend to get done, but better work. The loner mentality—whether it's applied... Read more
0 comments Posted 25 Oct 2012 by Jen Wike (Red Hat) Feed
more than being open source
Roy Tennant wrote an interesting post about the definition of open source, in it he says: "Open source" should mean exactly that and nothing more—the source code of the software is open, thereby allowing others to see it, understand it, and perhaps modify it. How the software itself is developed... Read more
2 comments Posted 10 Sep 2012 by Nicole C. Engard Feed
if the shoe fits
Winston Churchill and the open source way Winston Churchill was known as a charismatic leader and statesman, able to rally his country to great things when they needed it most. He was also fond of the occasional salty outburst when needed—I won't repeat one of his more famous ones here, except to... Read more
0 comments Posted 7 Sep 2012 by Guy Martin Feed
open source lightning talks
From Nine Inch Nails to Star Trek, open source principles are represented in much of pop culture. Ruth Suehle, community marketing leader for the Fedora Project and moderator of the Life channel at opensource.com, found this to be a great approach to explaining the open source way to people who don... Read more
0 comments Posted 24 Aug 2012 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
Five principles of an open source company
Open source technology is gaining popularity and is becoming more prominent each year during various computer and technology conferences. More tech-savvy people obviously prefer software of this kind. This, in turn, facilitates the appearance of new websites featuring the source code of useful... Read more
16 comments Posted 20 Jun 2012 by Alexander Mitnikov Feed
Five and a half couples who shared love and work the open source way
It's Valentine's Day, which is about love and relationships, and successful relationships are always based on the same principles that make open source projects successful--transparency, sharing, and generally working together for something better than either could have alone. Here are five couples... Read more
1 comment Posted 14 Feb 2012 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
Four ways open source principles can improve your business
More than ever, companies are embracing the principles of open source to make major improvements, both internally and externally. Openness, transparency, democratization, and collaboration can be used to make your business a better place to work and create a better culture.
6 comments Posted 4 Nov 2011 by Chris Moody Feed