open source

Where are IT innovations coming from?
In his essay, In an Open-Source Society, Innovating by the Seat of Our Pants, Joichi Ito says,
0 comments Posted 13 Dec 2011 by Colin Dodd (Red Hat) Feed
Two countries, separated by a common IT market
The UK Cabinet Office has made no secret of its enthusiasm for open source software. They've provided a Government Action Plan, included open source in their ICT Strategy, and even provided an Open Source Procurement Toolkit for government buyers. They see the same benefits as their US counterparts... Read more
0 comments Posted 13 Dec 2011 by Gunnar Hellekson (Red Hat) Feed
Inside NYSCATE: Moodle, GIMP, and other open source in education
As an educator, trained Linux systems administrator, and technology director for a K-12 school district, I have been actively involved with NYSCATE (The New York State Association for Computers and Technologies in Education), a non-profit organization that works to lead the transformation of... Read more
7 comments Posted 8 Dec 2011 by Don Watkins Feed
Chocolate space invader
There are no words in this phrase I don't like: open source chocolate space invaders.  The "source code"--mold instructions and chocolate recipe--aren't available yet, but they do intend to release them. 
0 comments Posted 7 Dec 2011 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
What a stint with an open source project can add to your life
There is nothing stronger than the heart of a volunteer. Some of the most amazing projects in the world have seen the light of day only because of the contributions of these selfless individuals. The same holds true for hundreds of open source projects from Fedora to Mozilla to WordPress. What... Read more
0 comments Posted 7 Dec 2011 by Aseem Sharma Feed
The well-field system: Open source 30 centuries ago
Where does open source come from?
2 comments Posted 7 Dec 2011 by Nicolas Pujol Feed
The making of Arduino
IEEE Spectrum, the flagship publication for the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, recently carried an article on the history of the popular open hardware microcontroller board, the Arduino.
5 comments Posted 6 Dec 2011 by Mel Chua Feed
Some of the compositing tools of Kdenlive
It is expected that even a modest video editor will feature a set of basic video transitions. The challenge is to offer critical effects without becoming bloated and unfocused in scope. Kdenlive manages to offer the most commonly required effects with all the standard options without sacrificing... Read more
9 comments Posted 5 Dec 2011 by Seth Kenlon Feed
logical radical
When it comes to treating, curing, and preventing cancer, modern medicine has largely failed. You could argue that cancer is far too complicated to unravel in the few millenia we have been documenting it. Or that the billions we spend annually on research is far too little. Established incentives... Read more
8 comments Posted 1 Dec 2011 by Lori Mehen (Red Hat) Feed
Open source and faculty motivation
When I spent some time going around North Carolina recently visiting POSSE professors, I had a realization: We encourage professors to be productively lost, to go out and feel immersed in a community, admit that they can't solve all of the problems themselves, and act more as a facilitator in the... Read more
0 comments Posted 1 Dec 2011 by Sebastian Dziallas Feed

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