transparency

  I always look forward to my conversations with Jan Wildeboer. Simply put, he helps me look at the world a little differently. A little more.... openly. 
6 comments Posted 5 Apr 2010 by Kim Jokisch (Red Hat) Feed
I've always been a fan of the Mozilla Foundation, and not just because of the Firefox web browser. As catalyst for some of the great communities in the open source world, Mozilla is something of a recipe factory for what to do right when it comes to building community. As it turns out, Mozilla's... Read more
2 comments Posted 30 Mar 2010 by Chris Grams Feed
Years ago when I interned at Red Hat, the company had an intranet traffic competition. Employees were encouraged to create or improve their page on the intranet, then post a link that told why you should visit. The person with the most traffic at the end of the week would win a prize. I don't... Read more
24 comments Posted 25 Mar 2010 by Rebecca Fernandez (Red Hat) Feed
Years ago when I interned at Red Hat, the company had an intranet traffic competition. Employees were encouraged to create or improve their page on the intranet, then post a link that told why you should visit. The person with the most traffic at the end of the week would win a prize. I don't... Read more
24 comments Posted 25 Mar 2010 by Rebecca Fernandez (Red Hat) Feed
I’ve had a number of career changes. I went from poetry to technology to metal sculpture to the Internet to biodiesel. And I must admit that although I have brushed against open source a number of times, I have had a hard time getting my head around it.
5 comments Posted 23 Mar 2010 by Lyle Estill Feed
Last week, my friend Greg DeKoenigsberg posted an article about Jaron Lanier's negative comments regarding open textbooks. At almost very same time, I happened to stumble upon an article Jaron wrote back in 2006 criticizing Wikipedia.
9 comments Posted 16 Mar 2010 by Chris Grams Feed
"Open source and open government are not the same," I've been reading recently. When discussing the role of open standards in open government transparency projects, Bob Caudill at Adobe, is concerned that open source and open standards are being conflated. He likes open standards just fine, but:  
4 comments Posted 15 Mar 2010 by Gunnar Hellekson (Red Hat) Feed
Earlier this week I wrote a post about some of the cultural challenges Wikipedia is facing as its contribution rate has slowed. The comments you made were fantastic, including one by Dr. Ed H Chi (the PARC scientist who published the study I referred to in the post) linking to a prototype dashboard... Read more
7 comments Posted 11 Mar 2010 by Chris Grams Feed
By Brian Gentile, Jaspersoft CEO It occurred to me recently that the open source movement is really nothing less than a renaissance.  Perhaps that sounds grandiose, but stay with me.
4 comments Posted 10 Mar 2010 by Brian Gentile Feed
We recently sat down with Dr. Tony O'Driscoll, co-author of the book Learning in 3D: Adding a New Dimension to Enterprise Learning and Collaboration, to talk about avatar-based Internet communities like SecondLife. Here's what he had to say about the way the Internet has evolved—and the business... Read more
0 comments Posted 5 Mar 2010 by Rebecca Fernandez (Red Hat) Feed

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