transparency

One of the keys to a successful open source community is appropriate transparency. A community with strong values around transparency will also be likely to respect its participants privacy. Such a community will also be unlikely to have a copyright assignment benefiting a commercial party.... Read more
0 comments Posted 11 Apr 2011 by Simon Phipps Feed
If you are what you eat, do you have any idea what you are? In an increasing push for nutrition transparency, you'll soon at least know how many calories you're taking in, whether you want to or not.
2 comments Posted 8 Apr 2011 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
Imagine heading to your local grocery store to pick up some things for dinner. As you head down the aisles, you notice there are no prices listed. On anything. You continue to gather your items and head for the checkout stand. You don't know what your grocery bill total or even what the individual... Read more
6 comments Posted 7 Apr 2011 by Lori Mehen (Red Hat) Feed
Welcome to the Health channel on opensource.com The stories we share and bring to life here are inspired by health innovation happening around the globe. We highlight how the principles of open source—transparency, information-sharing, community-building, and collaboration—are playing a vital role... Read more
1 comment Posted 1 Apr 2011 by Lori Mehen (Red Hat) Feed
Today, we're excited to announce that our Civic Commons team, working with the White House and the Federal CIO, has made the cost-saving IT Dashboard, the technology behind IT.USAspending.gov, freely available for any government entity to use and customize. This development is the latest in a... Read more
1 comment Posted 31 Mar 2011 by Abhi Nemani Feed
The Open Source Observatory flashed an eye-popping headline last week: “Moving to open source would save [The Netherlands] government one to four billion [euro].” I had hoped I could do the dirty work of going over the report in fine detail and give you the summary, but there are two problems:... Read more
6 comments Posted 22 Mar 2011 by Art Seavey Feed
"I would not give a fig for the simplicity on this side of complexity, but I would give my life for the simplicity on the other side of complexity." —Oliver Wendell Holmes When it comes to managing their costs, most companies operate with a simple model. They start by trying to maximize their... Read more
0 comments Posted 18 Mar 2011 by Raj Sisodia (Red Hat) Feed
Listen to our discussion with Charlene Li, author of New York Times best seller Open Leadership, for the latest in our Open Your World webcast series.
0 comments Posted 17 Mar 2011 by ChrisMorse (Red Hat) Feed
Extending the principles of open innovation to the public sector is a particularly important transition. Public bodies are significant spenders on products and services and yet are often distant from the most dynamic processes in our economy. Dennis Hilgers and Frank Piller look at the wider... Read more
0 comments Posted 15 Mar 2011 by Dennis Hilgers & Frank T. Piller (Red Hat) Feed
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

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