open source way

open source hunger solution
Co-authored by John Whitehead. For many people spring means a return to the bounty of fresh, local food from farmers markets. But for the one in five people in North Carolina who are facing hunger, that bounty is not an option. This was the challenge that we—a high-tech marketer and an engineer... Read more
4 comments Posted 28 Apr 2014 by Margaret Gifford Feed
open source experience
Can you really do DevOps without sharing scripts or code? DevOps manifesto proponents value cross-functional teams, symbiotic relationships, and continual feedback loops. Effective DevOps initiatives create engaged communities where team interactions amplify personal actions. When technology teams... Read more
4 comments Posted 10 Apr 2014 by Chris Haddad Feed
open source story
My introduction to open source software began when I was sitting on a server room floor, with my head in my hands, completely frustrated with a Windows 2000 server. Every night there were some services that would crash. Every morning I would get yelled at by my over-bearing boss. I was new to... Read more
8 comments Posted 21 Feb 2014 by Cory Hilliard Feed
SPARKcon open source festival
SPARKcon is an interdisciplinary creativity, art, and design festival produced by the non-profit creativity incubator, Visual Art Exchange (VAE). SPARKcon 2013 will be the 8th annual event and will be held September 12-15 in downtown Raleigh, NC. See an overview of the SPARKcon festival in this... Read more
0 comments Posted 12 Sep 2013 by Phil Smith (Red Hat) Feed
eBook open source way
For manuals and guides, Wikis are an excellent way of organizing content. Yet, they often don't work as well for larger articles or books because individual content is spread across many pages and the reader has to click around. Additionally, when you want to read online content while in a place... Read more
3 comments Posted 4 Sep 2013 by Heiko W. Rupp (Red Hat) Feed
release early, release often
I'm a board game designer. It's a fun, creative, scary job and worlds away from my former career in corporate advertising. In both fields, there is a high value placed on ideas, especially "new" ideas. No one wants to get scooped. Be it an ad campaign or a board game, you want to be the first out... Read more
19 comments Posted 27 Aug 2013 by Daniel Solis Feed
open source ingredients
This May I started my internship at Red Hat with the Pulp team. Since it was my first ever internship, I expected I would spend the summer working in a closet somewhere, on nothing of importance, and that what I worked on would be tossed out the second I left. My first afternoon with the Pulp team... Read more
1 comment Posted 15 Aug 2013 by Jeremy Cline Feed
collaboration tools
Collaboration is one of the key principles of the open source way and a major topic here on opensource.com. One of our goals to highlight great collaboration stories, and when we discuss collaboration, the need for the perfect collaboration tool frequently comes up. One article, Avoid the tool trap... Read more
13 comments Posted 5 Aug 2013 by Jeff Mackanic (Red Hat) Feed
the open source way
Before I came to Red Hat as a Social Media Marketing intern, I didn’t know a thing about open source. During the application process, I did some research into what Red Hat does and what this company is all about. I found all sorts of information about Linux, software, technology, and more. However... Read more
3 comments Posted 1 Aug 2013 by Adam Van Dyke (Red Hat) Feed
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The creators of open source software benefit people they will never meet in person. The kindness is baked right into the product. I'm a former computer programmer, and whenever I use an open source program I have an appreciation for the hundreds (and sometimes thousands) of hours of work that went... Read more
3 comments Posted 6 Jun 2013 by Phil Shapiro Feed

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