OpenStack is a huge project with lots of moving parts, and it can be hard to keep up with everything that's going on in the project and how it affects you. The good news is that in addition to the official documentation, there are a number of great resources for continuing your education, from... Read more
One question I get often is: "How can I build a business around something I'm giving away for free?" So, I wanted to attend the panel at SxSW this year called Don't open source like a n00b, focused on how to make a project or product open source.
A look back at the tools Opensource.com covered in 2014 and 2015, with updates on new releases, notable new and improved features, and more.
Are you interested in keeping track of what is happening in the open source cloud? Opensource.com is your source for news in OpenStack, the open source cloud infrastructure project.
When handled poorly, engaging with a community can lead to major growing pains, raging headaches, and total meltdowns. In this article, I'll discuss how to prevent the headaches before they happen.
Looking for an open source alternative to Dreamweaver or another proprietary HTML/CSS editor? Let's round up some of your options.
Communities, particularly at the start of your involvement in them, can be delicate and fragile things. In the second installment in my series on community management best practices, I'll examine how to wade into community waters, without rocking the boat.
Every second you spend building a new brand is one you can't invest in building the greater brand.
Measuring the ROI on "community" is no easy task, but there are plenty of practical business reasons why an organization might consider supporting communities.
You know that you need to invest time and resources into your open source community, but you're not sure how to make the business case and show the ROI on the investments. This list of resources will help you iron out those details so you can focus your energy on what matters—building community.