Blogging in Markdown with Jekyll
Life » Article
See how Jekyll, an open source generator of static HTML files, makes running a blog as easy as editing a local text file.
3 comments Posted 11 Feb 2016 Eonist Feed
change the model
The Open Organization » Article
Traditional work paradigms are collapsing. Shaun Gillies says open source models offer a more humane future of and for "work."
4 comments Posted 11 Feb 2016 Shaun Gillies Feed
Virtual machines
Business » Poll
Most people who use computers understand at least the basics of how they work.
3 comments Posted 11 Feb 2016 (Red Hat) Feed
First timer’s guide to FOSS conferences
Life » Article
Going to your first open source conference can be intimidating, so Sarah Sharp has complied ten tips for people who are new to the conference circuit...
0 comments Posted 10 Feb 2016 Sarah Sharp Feed
Kurt Stam's LEGO-encased Raspberry Pi cluster
Life » Article
Ever wanted to make your very own cloud using a collection of Raspberry Pis? Now you can, by installing Kubernetes to control them all as a cluster.
0 comments Posted 10 Feb 2016 Kurt Stam Feed
An intro to Emacs
Life » Article
GNU Emacs can be much more than just a text editor. Learn how to get started.
1 comment Posted 10 Feb 2016 Sachin Patil (Red Hat) Feed
Linux system monitoring tools
Life » Article
David Both shares his favorite system monitoring tools for understanding what is going on in any Linux environment: top, atop, htop, and glances.
6 comments Posted 9 Feb 2016 David Both Feed
Building a culture of more pluggable open source
Life » Article
Instead of packing in a bunch of extra features users don't want, a solid, customizable system lets them build the best solution for their needs.
1 comment Posted 9 Feb 2016 Jono Bacon Feed
My Linux Story: Tim College
Life » Article
When plans to move to Los Angeles with his band fell through, Linux and open source software helped jumpstart Tim College's IT career.
2 comments Posted 9 Feb 2016 Tim College Feed
becoming indispensable
The Open Organization » Article
Educator Don Watkins explains how an industrial-era school system produces the wrong kind of employees today.
2 comments Posted 9 Feb 2016 Don Watkins Feed


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