open source software

government and citizens
Rock the Vote needed a way to manage the fast growth of the data handled by its Web-based voter registration application. The organization turned to GlusterFS replicated volumes to allow for filesystem size upgrades on its virtualized hosting infrastructure without incurring downtime.
0 comments Posted 8 Mar 2013 by Jason Brooks (Red Hat) Feed
open for business
SourceForge is pleased to announce our new Enterprise Directory—a sub-section of our site focused specifically on Enterprise projects. These are the projects that are geared specifically for use within a company. This might include areas such as project management, office suites, or customer... Read more
1 comment Posted 7 Mar 2013 by Rich Bowen Feed
open source libraries
Developers and project managers involved in open source software projects for public libraries in Denmark, France, the Netherlands, and the Czech Republic took a first step to learn more about each other's work. Meeting in a Google Hangout, they introduced their open source software projects,... Read more
1 comment Posted 7 Mar 2013 by Gijs Hillenius Feed
open here
The Ozone Widget Framework went open source recently. Ozone is: A customizable open-source web application that assembles the tools you need to accomplish any task and enables those tools to communicate with each other.
2 comments Posted 5 Mar 2013 by Luis Ibanez Feed
cube talk
After almost three decades of development, open source software has firmly crossed over into mainstream use. Companies understand the unique value derived from software developed through open communities and are welcoming its use in mission critical settings throughout the enterprise.
3 comments Posted 4 Mar 2013 by James Falkner Feed
favoring open source
As a parent of three (children aged: 10, 7, and 5), I'm eager to share with my kids the values that attracted me to open source and the hacker ethos: sharing and building great things together, taking control of your environment, and embracing technology as a means of expression, rather than as... Read more
23 comments Posted 26 Feb 2013 by Dave Neary (Red Hat) Feed
developing possibilities
In 2005, Arlington Career Center teacher David Welsh had an unmanageable list of 77 Video and Media Technology competencies to evaluate for each student in his classes. A Yorktown High School computer science teacher Jeff Elkner was teaching his students to program in Python and bursting with... Read more
0 comments Posted 19 Feb 2013 by Tom Hoffman Feed
open for business
On two recent occasions I've been asked to share why the open source economic model is sound. The first was on the elevator with an academic researcher while attending a recent meeting. We talked about open source, and he asked me: "If the software is open source,how are developers suppossed to... Read more
6 comments Posted 13 Feb 2013 by Luis Ibanez Feed
copyright in the dark
Modern copyright law grants copyright automatically to any creative work, including simple things like blog posts – and small pieces of code on github. This default copyright creates an assumption that for someone to do anything further with someone else's creative work requires permission from the... Read more
10 comments Posted 12 Feb 2013 by Luis Villa Feed
get ready to open source
I'm always on the lookout for open source software I might not already know about. I actually keep my own list on Delicious so that when people in workshops approach me and ask me for an open source alternative to the proprietary software they're using, I can recommend something. So, when I saw... Read more
3 comments Posted 7 Feb 2013 by Nicole C. Engard Feed

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