openness

Join us March 17 at 2 p.m. for a discussion with Charlene Li, author of New York Times bestselling Open Leadership and co-author of the critically acclaimed Groundswell, for the latest in our Open Your World webcast series. Li will share her research and explain how social technology is... Read more
1 comment Posted 10 Mar 2011 by ChrisMorse (Red Hat) Feed
I live in the middle of an ideological war zone. Wake County Public School System is the eighth largest school district in the United States, and one of the mostly highly regarded. But lately it's not been our graduation rate or test scores that make the headlines. It's the school board's decision... Read more
0 comments Posted 1 Mar 2011 by Rebecca Fernandez (Red Hat) Feed
An open source company is naturally a company that produces open source code for others to consume. But how does the notion of producing software code in the open affect company culture?
12 comments Posted 23 Feb 2011 by Marten Mickos Feed
How do you develop a successful open source business that lasts? Of the more than 250,000 open source projects on SourceForge, few will be successful at that goal. But one way they might think about how to do it is by doing it in reverse: What should an open source project or business not do?
6 comments Posted 15 Feb 2011 by Nicolas Pujol Feed
In a house not far from Davis Square in Somerville, MA, just outside of Boston, there's a garage full of equipment, a library full of books, and a group of people full of passion. They're called sprout.
3 comments Posted 11 Feb 2011 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
A few weeks ago I gave a talk entitled "Breaking the Software Death Cycle with Domain Driven Design" at the New York DDD Meet-up at Microsoft. Domain Driven Design (DDD) is a way of thinking and a set of priorities, aimed at accelerating software projects that have to deal with complex domains. My... Read more
2 comments Posted 31 Jan 2011 by Daniel Doubrovkine Feed
Last week, Google CEO Eric Schmidt announced in a post on his blog he was stepping aside and Google co-founder Larry Page would take on management of Google's day-to-day operations as the new CEO. Although Schmidt is staying on as Executive Chairman for now and will continue to have an ongoing role... Read more
4 comments Posted 26 Jan 2011 by Chris Grams Feed
Usually when Facebook comes up at opensource.com, it's because they've done something that's very much the opposite of open. But a blog post on FrameThink this week showed Facebook's more open side.
2 comments Posted 21 Jan 2011 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
Teacher-bashing and union-bashing seem to go hand-in-hand these days, especially in the opening remarks of school reform discussions. Yet when I look back with a critical eye on my own schooling—a hodgepodge of rural and suburban public, private, and homeschool experiences—it's not bad teachers or... Read more
1 comment Posted 15 Dec 2010 by Rebecca Fernandez (Red Hat) Feed
The story is told like this: A university constructs several new buildings on its campus. But rather than build sidewalks between buildings, they plant grass, let people walk, and wait. Pedestrians choose the most efficient paths--and over time the lines worn in the grass reveal where sidewalks... Read more
2 comments Posted 15 Dec 2010 by Jonathan Opp Feed

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