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There are 400 million openly licensed materials that can empower teachers to be better instructors through that openness. But there's a big barrier: adoption. In this video, David Wiley talks about the opportunity and the challenges.
1 comment Posted 27 Jan 2011 by Mike Esser (Red Hat) Feed
They're all gone! Thanks to everyone who requested a shirt. For those of you who didn't get one, you've still got a chance through our Twitter giveaway. Tomorrow’s the first anniversary of opensource.com, and it’s been a fantastic year, thanks to you. Whether it’s by writing articles or reading... Read more
67 comments Posted 24 Jan 2011 by Opensource.com (Red Hat) Feed
Faced with a potentially large threat to free/libre and open source software from patent consortium CPTN, the two organisations have collaborated publicly for the first time.
1 comment Posted 21 Jan 2011 by Simon Phipps Feed
I’m lucky enough to have the opportunity to spend much of my time these days doing something I love—helping clients position and manage their brands. My experience helping build the Red Hat brand over ten years had a profound impact on the approach I take to brand positioning.
1 comment Posted 20 Jan 2011 by Chris Grams Feed
I was pretty excited to see the announcement about a sequel to Tron. The original movie was one that helped define my career as a bona fide geek. I still remember being wowed by the light cycles and over-the-top scenes. When I first started using Linux, one of the first open source games I played... Read more
11 comments Posted 19 Jan 2011 by Travis Kepley (Red Hat) Feed
The results are in for U.S. agencies' use of open source, thanks to a scorecard released today by Open Source for America.  The Departments of Defense and Energy had the highest scores, largely due to the fact that they have "published agency-created software code as open source and provide clear... Read more
0 comments Posted 14 Jan 2011 by Melanie Chernoff (Red Hat) Feed
Imagine it is 1912, but that the Titanic is fitted with an underwater radar system. Imagine that it senses an iceberg so large that even the captain can understand that by the law of conservation of momentum, the ship will be stopped in its path. Should the captain use the radar information to... Read more
5 comments Posted 12 Jan 2011 by Michael Tiemann (Red Hat) Feed
Much of the problem with the current U.S. patent system involves haze. Whether it is ambiguity regarding what the patent covers or murkiness about whether the technology covered by the patent is actually new, patent plaintiffs regularly use this uncertainty to their advantage. This ambiguity–often... Read more
6 comments Posted 11 Jan 2011 by Erick Robinson Feed
Score another landmark for the mainstreaming of open source.  On January 7, the Administration issued a succinct, clear message to Executive Branch IT leaders: Don't discriminate between proprietary and open source solutions when it currently spends almost $80 billion dollars to buy information
2 comments Posted 10 Jan 2011 by Mark Bohannon (Red Hat) Feed
I'm pretty passionate about renewable energy. After I read Thomas L. Friedman's "Hot, Flat, and Crowded" I was sold on higher prices for gas and putting solar panels on every roof in America. In fact, I was so eager to contribute, I had 18 solar panels installed on the roof of my home. When I was... Read more
0 comments Posted 6 Jan 2011 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed

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