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This is the second part of a two-part series examining an open source publishing project--an art book--as a fund-raising effort. If you missed it, you might want to catch the first half in our archives. Publishing Print-on-demand self-publishing companies abound. The trouble with most of them--if... Read more
0 comments Posted 11 Oct 2010 by Beverly Pearl Feed
During breakout sessions at Berlin's Free Culture Research Conference, Giorgos Cheliotis from the National University of Singapore led a discussion stemming from a recent conversation with Lawrence Lessig. The intention was a thought experiment comparing “free”--freedom and free culture—in the... Read more
1 comment Posted 9 Oct 2010 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
For those of us born after 1965 it's hard to believe, but Americans once viewed Japanese cars much like they do today's products with a “made in China” label: cheap, low-quality, possibly dangerous, and likely a knockoff of a better product.
0 comments Posted 8 Oct 2010 by Rebecca Fernandez (Red Hat) Feed
In part 2 of this series on open education course tool NIXTY, Glen Moriarty, the organization's CEO, talks about the open source community and addressing NIXTY's challenges. Read part 1.
0 comments Posted 7 Oct 2010 by Mary Ann Bitter (Red Hat) Feed
Well, it seems that Google Wave isn't quite dead yet after all. Turns out, they're open sourcing a bit more of the project and asking for collaboration. (Ok, someone to take over.) I can't be the only geek who immediately thought of Monty Python and the Holy Grail upon reading the announcement.
5 comments Posted 4 Oct 2010 by Rebecca Fernandez (Red Hat) Feed
During this afternoon's final keynotes at the Open World Forum, five panelists met to discuss a few of the challenges of geographical and physical barriers open communities face. The panel was moderated by Cedric Thomas, CEO, OW2 Consortium, who was joined by:
1 comment Posted 30 Sep 2010 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
I believe that, over time, Jaspersoft’s distinction will be less about it being an open source software company and more about its abilities as a great business intelligence software company. I expect declining distinction for our open source-ness will partly occur because the success of open... Read more
1 comment Posted 30 Sep 2010 by Brian Gentile Feed
I read Gary Hamel's piece, The Facebook Generation vs. the Fortune 500, with great interest. In it, he talks about the tensions that traditional, cubicle-land corporations will likely face as a creative, connected workforce comes on-line. I was particularly interested because, as a member of the... Read more
4 comments Posted 29 Sep 2010 by Matt Jadud Feed
This is the fourth in a series exploring the things I have learned from the open source way during my journey with Red Hat. Think about some of the gifts you’ve received in the past year. Some of those gifts probably were wrapped beautifully and brought you great joy and surprise. Other gifts... Read more
2 comments Posted 28 Sep 2010 by DeLisa Alexander (Red Hat) Feed
At 64 Studio, we use the Linux kernel with real-time patches to ensure reliable, glitch-free I/O for our customers' demanding audio applications. Having source code and full control over the design of the system means that we can tweak the machine for the best possible performance on the target... Read more
7 comments Posted 24 Sep 2010 by Daniel James Feed

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