Who really owns our devices and the software they run? John Sullivan, executive director of the Free Software Foundation, shares his refreshing thoughts on the subject.
In this interview with Jon Cruz from Samsung's Open Source Group, we ask him to explain the Wayland project and what he wishes were more open in our world.
Interested in keeping track of what's happening in the open source cloud? Opensource.com is your source for news in OpenStack, the open source cloud infrastructure project.
In this interview, learn more from Jonathan Boulle of CoreOS about the Rocket project, the container application specification, and how the tech industry is adapting to the rising popularity of containers with new tools and standards for their management.
In truth, there'd be no DevOps without open source. There is a whole chain of events, dare I say a “perfect storm” of technologies and philosophies rising to prominence that rendered inevitable the rise of DevOps or something like it.
With the Ubuntu phone, Canonical is are stirring the pot in a heavily entrenched market and having the confidence to propose something new, something that fits into a bigger convergence story, and something that is entirely free and open source.
Mensa provides a robust and efficient solution to a class of pattern matching problems. Specifically, Mensa makes it easy to find any or all occurrences of any keywords within a source text. For example, finding all references to named characters (the keywords) in a novel (the source text).
Interested in keeping track of what's happening in the open source cloud? Opensource.com is your source for what's happening right now in OpenStack, the open source cloud infrastructure project.
Trying to learn more about what OpenStack, the open source cloud infrastructure project, might have to offer? Need some help figuring something out, or inspiration for a new approach to try? We're here to help. We have gathered some of the best how-tos, guides, tutorials, and tips published over... Read more
Open source scares people. And tossing them into the deep end usually doesn’t help dampen that fear. Instead, we need to help ease people into using open source. Scott Nesbitt, technology coach and writer, shares some advice to help you do that.