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education universe
Now that full-fledged computers are approaching the size of a USB Flash drive and are being sold for less than $75, my interest in designing a Linux computer of my own has been re-awakened. As an educator, I would stock that computer full of free creativity and learning software, logic puzzle games... Read more
5 comments Posted 28 Nov 2012 by Phil Shapiro Feed
open wires
I would like to take a few moments to introduce Buffalo, the access point and router which provides network connectivity to portable computers in the Free Software Foundation's office. More specifically, we are using Buffalo WZR-HP-G300NH, which features the free-software-supported Atheros AR9132... Read more
2 comments Posted 27 Nov 2012 by Martin Dluhos Feed
open source gift giveaway
Attention open source community: Opensource.com is giving away ten awesome open source gadgets! To go along with our 2012 open source gift guide, we're giving away several of the items on our list. Two weeks from now, we'll be drawing names of ten lucky opensource.com community members to receive... Read more
4 comments Posted 26 Nov 2012 by Casey Brown Feed
Cyber Monday shopping
We don't condone shopping when you should be working, but everybody needs a break, right? When you're out shopping for the online deals today, here are a few Cyber Monday specials we like:
0 comments Posted 26 Nov 2012 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
Thanks for being an open source advocate
It's that time when many of us begin to reflect on what we've accomplished over the past year. It's also a great time to think about how others have helped us finish those projects and achieve our goals. To help say "Thank You," the opensource.com team has added several new eCards to our resource... Read more
2 comments Posted 22 Nov 2012 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
renaissance share
A few months ago, I joined Red Hat as a marketing apprentice (intern) in Paris, France—where I am also continuing my studies at France Business School—and it became clear to me that my vision of what open source is and what it means to be part of the community has changed. This evolution has... Read more
2 comments Posted 19 Nov 2012 by Florian Monfort Feed
flour + butter + stuff
By now, many of you have seen that Hostess brands has closed. Many people are going to miss their favorite treats. On their website, they state the following:
34 comments Posted 18 Nov 2012 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
flour + butter + stuff
By now, many of you have seen that Hostess brands has closed. Many people are going to miss their favorite treats. On their website, they state the following:
34 comments Posted 18 Nov 2012 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
Fail faster
A bike share program that was supposed to be launched last summer in New York City has come to a halt due to software related issues. I can't help but think that if the software was open source, these problems would have been easily resolved, eliminating worrisome delays.
3 comments Posted 16 Nov 2012 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
government grows the pie
For governments looking for cutting edge, open source messaging solutions, the recent action by the OASIS standards consortium to approve the Advanced Message Queueing Protocol (AMQP) Version 1.0 is a major development. The need for cutting edge, mission critical messaging options is arising in a... Read more
1 comment Posted 15 Nov 2012 by Mark Bohannon (Red Hat) Feed

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