The documentation journey starts at the mailing list and never ends. In this article, Greg Pittman explains how he started writing documentation for Scribus, an open source desktop publishing application.
With the announcement of the Ubuntu phone, the Ubuntu developer blog had outgrown its WordPress site, and needed an open source content management system with great international features. DjangoCMS fit the bill, and here's why and how the blog made the move.
While open source continues to expand into diverse and unusual places, we have seen another interesting phenomenon spring up in the wake of the early open source successes: the open organization.
The Opensource.com weekly look at what is happening in the OpenStack community and the open source cloud at large.
NFV provides telecommunications companies with a modern agile environment to respond to customers needs, get to market quickly with new services, and reduce both capital and operational expenditures.
Five practical reasons to use a rendered language instead of wikis to publish your open source project documentation.
Rust releases 1.0 and talks about their new 6-week release cycle. It will allow Rust users access to new features and bug fixes quickly, there are secondary effects that will hopefully lead to higher-quality releases as well.
There is no single silver bullet or magic wand for software delivery, but there is a fairly prescriptive methodology for achieving our goal of rapid delivery.
The best documentation is what actually gets written, so always favor a wiki over no documentation at all.
Nethserver community manager Alessio Fattorini shares how he engages his open source community and talks about what's on the horizon for the project.