Wikipedia

open source interview
Download the free All Things Open interview series eBook Hampton Catlin is the creator of Sass, Haml, Wikipedia Mobile, Tritium, and Moovweb. He's also the author of the Pragmatic Guide to Sass and is the founder of the libsass project. He's known for a relaxed, joking, self-deprecating style—... Read more
0 comments Posted 3 Oct 2013 by Luis Ibanez Feed
commons city photos
Have you visited the Wikipedia page for your hometown or the city you live in? There are likely images of local landmarks and interesting places, people, and things that are missing. To better represent your town or city, join the Wikipedia Takes America event this year!
0 comments Posted 11 Sep 2013 by Luis Ibanez Feed
lightning talk
Reid Serozi (@reidserozi), founder of TriangleWiki, explains how the project was created from the structure of LocalWiki, a platform and storage hub for events, people, places, and things in an area. Information like this is put on social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook regularly, but... Read more
0 comments Posted 21 Feb 2013 by Reid Serozi Feed
open nature of business
I vividly remember the time when my early opinions about open source software were built around questions that made natural (and perfect) sense to me at that point in my life, like: "Why would someone sell a software product for free?" and "Why should anyone participate in a project that does not... Read more
0 comments Posted 4 Feb 2013 by Aseem Sharma Feed
Did the SOPA blackout work? (And was it really a blackout?)
Yesterday I posted screenshots of 127 websites that “blacked out” to protest the SOPA and PIPA legislation before the US Congress. Another site I came across reported that 7,000 sites had gone black. There was no citation, but I believe it if you include every blog that WordPress enabled to... Read more
8 comments Posted 19 Jan 2012 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
The importance of Wikipedia
Mirror mirror on the wall, what's the most important open source project of them all?
7 comments Posted 30 Nov 2011 by Dana Blankenhorn Feed
Webcast replay: Clay Shirky on open source and the cognitive surplus
Micheal Tiemann, Vice President of Open Source Affairs at Red Hat, moderated our October 2011 Open Your World Forum webcast with Clay Shirky. Tiemann and Shirky explored how the principles of open source are being applied to further advance our collective cognitive surplus.
0 comments Posted 7 Nov 2011 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
Webcast recap
Today Clay Shirky joined us for a webcast on how open source takes advantage of the "cognitive surplus"—the way we use our free time more constructively for a greater cause.
5 comments Posted 13 Oct 2011 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
What does it take to find a cure for Alzheimer’s? Can we spare returning soldiers from post-traumatic stress disorder? The moon shot is on collaboration and sharing. And just as in the moon race, the challenge is far too great for a single group to undertake it alone.
0 comments Posted 6 Jun 2011 by Lori Mehen (Red Hat) Feed
SXSW Interactive gets started this week, and there are a lot of sessions on the agenda with topics related to the open source way. Music collaboration, open government, Creative Commons... nearly every time slot has at least one session I want to tell opensource.com readers about. Below is my "open... Read more
0 comments Posted 7 Mar 2011 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed

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