Best of 2013: Guides and tutorials from Opensource.com
Best of Opensource.com: Top guides for getting things done the open source way
This year at Opensource.com, we challenged our contributors to give us the best and most useful guides, how-tos, and tutorials they could produce from their experiences and work in various open source industries and sectors. In this Best of Opensource.com, our top guides and tutorials this year fell within the four buckets you see below.
If you can answer YES to any of the following questions, there's an open source way guide here for you!
- Participate in open source projects or communities?
- Want to learn more about open source?
- Want to write a book? Create a video?
- Teach? Work with students?
Top guides and tutorials from Opensource.com
Getting started with open source
- 10 ways to get started with open source by Jason Hibbets
- Which open source software license should I use? by Stephen R. Walli
- How non-programmers can contribute to open source projects by Duncan McKean
- Your visual how-to guide for SELinux policy enforcement by Daniel J. Walsh
- Node.js integrates with M: a tutorial, part one by Luis Ibanez
- Node.js integrates with M: a tutorial, part two by Luis Ibanez
- How to create an eBook the open source way by Bryan Behrenshausen
- How to write your book using Linux by Steven Ovadia
- Open source video editing for beginners: Kdenlive series by Seth Kenlon
- Seven collaboration steps to take a video from concept to reality by Ginny Skalski
- A guide to free and open source education by Carolyn Fox
- Teaching with open source presentation service Reveal.js by Luis Ibanez
- How to organize an education hackathon by Debbie Morrison
- Training college students to contribute to the Linux kernel by Luis Ibanez