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open source city
How can you apply the concepts of open source to a living, breathing city? An open source city is a blend of open culture, open government policies, and economic development. I derived these characteristics based on my experiences and while writing my book, The foundation for an open source city.... Read more
8 comments Posted 11 Jun 2013 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
The Dave and Gunnar Show podcast
The Dave and Gunnar Show is a new podcast series talking about government, open source, and a sprinkling of Red Hat projects. I recently discovered it and thought the opensource.com audience might enjoy it too. What do you think? Episode 10, Go Ugly Early particulary struck me. Give it a listen:
1 comment Posted 31 May 2013 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
open education and technology
Not everyone has a computer. And, not all schools have access to the types of technology that are second nature to many of us at our workplace. It is also true that many people in the general public don't know about open source and the free alternatives that are available to them, like LibreOffice... Read more
4 comments Posted 24 May 2013 by Jen Wike (Red Hat) Feed
Open source strategy and business models
As an organization or even individual there always seem to be questions when considering whether or not to make your project or code snippet open source. Many times, it starts with trying to figure out which license to use. But there are many other things to consider. We derived a list for you the... Read more
7 comments Posted 15 May 2013 by Michael Ferris (Red Hat) Feed
Open Source, Open Standards 2013 conference report
Last week Open Source, Open Standards 2013 took place in London, an event focused on the public sector. Naturally these being two topics we’re very keen on here at OSS Watch I went along too. Overall the key message to take away from the event was just how central to public sector IT strategy these... Read more
0 comments Posted 7 May 2013 by Scott Wilson Feed
licensing intellectual property
Copyright, copyleft, or copy none? The Open Source Initiative (OSI) is concerned that some open source software developers are not choosing a license for their work, so they want to educate software developers and anyone else working on open source projects that simply not choosing a license is not... Read more
5 comments Posted 2 May 2013 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
eXo 4.0 release
It takes 20 years to become an overnight success. —Eddie Cantor This week we release the Express and Community Editions of eXo Platform 4.0: The Open Source Enterprise Social Platform. For me, the eXo adventure started almost 10 years ago when I coded the first JSR 168-compatible Portlet Container... Read more
0 comments Posted 1 May 2013 by Benjamin Mestrallet Feed
Jim Whitehurst: Open or die
A shift is happening in the way innovation is occurring. Businesses are moving from closed systems to open, collaborative innovation. Red Hat CEO, Jim Whitehurst, focused on the three major components influencing this shift in his keynote, Open or die?, at the Open Business Conference held in San... Read more
2 comments Posted 30 Apr 2013 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
to compete or collaborate
Chemistry is not the most open field of scientific endeavor; in fact, as I began working more in the area (coming from a background in physics), I was surprised with the norms in the field. As a PhD student way back in 2003, I simply wanted to draw a 3D molecular structure on my operating system of... Read more
3 comments Posted 25 Apr 2013 by Marcus D. Hanwell Feed
open source communities
Nothing is more powerful than people coming together for a common cause. This happens every day in open source. We write code, make commits, update Bugzilla’s, add new features, design new interfaces, add documentation, promote our projects, and strengthen the open source community with each... Read more
2 comments Posted 19 Apr 2013 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed

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