thank you

2014 has been a record year for Opensource.com. And, we couldn't have done it without you: our readers, writers, community moderators, editors, sharers, and supporters. Thank you. Thanks for making Opensource.com a vibrant community full of amazing stories. We, the open source community, have a... Read more
0 comments Posted 27 Nov 2014 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
Building community in the IT department with a "thank you."
0 comments Posted 23 Sep 2014 by Curt Carver Feed
The people behind the scenes who work tirelessly to make your Linux distribution run smoothly are the packagers. The vast majority of Linux packagers are volunteers who dedicate their evenings and weekends to create and maintain the gears of the Linux distributions they love. The Linux ecosystem is... Read more
19 comments Posted 19 Feb 2014 by Luis Ibanez Feed
thank you the open source way
A simple thank you goes a long way. That's why I would like to thank you, our readers and contributors, for making Opensource.com a vibrant community. We have experienced tremendous growth over the last year and much of that is because of you. Now, I'd like to challenge you to help us pay it... Read more
1 comment Posted 27 Nov 2013 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
Thanks for being an open source advocate
It's that time when many of us begin to reflect on what we've accomplished over the past year. It's also a great time to think about how others have helped us finish those projects and achieve our goals. To help say "Thank You," the opensource.com team has added several new eCards to our resource... Read more
2 comments Posted 22 Nov 2012 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
A billion thanks to the open source community from Red Hat
Sixteen years ago, few imagined that a handful of people at a Linux start-up in North Carolina were laying the groundwork for an open source business with more than a billion dollars in annual revenue. Yet as we stand at that milestone, and as we take the opportunity to reflect, we believe our... Read more
21 comments Posted 29 Mar 2012 by Jim Whitehurst (Red Hat) Feed