Today, Opensource.com unlocks an important achievement: the publication of "What is Open Gaming?", a new resource page.
We had a great June on Opensource.com bringing in 373,457 page views and 206,314 unique visits. We focused more of our content on resources that our readers can reference anytime for valuable information in open source, publishing the 2014 Annual Reading List, which included 12 book reviews and a... Read more
May 2014 saw Opensource.com bring in 359,506 page views and 202,811 unique visits. And, we changed the engine while the plane was flying, completing a successful migration to Drupal 7 on May 22. We hope you like the updated look and feel! Additionally, we published 17 featured articles during "Open... Read more
The OSS Watch blog has been on our radar for a while now as a great resource for open source commentary. We've looked to their team, including development manager Mark Johnson, for thought leadership on how open source software is being used and to gauge the pulse of the open source movement. I... Read more
We had a great April at Opensource.com bringing in 373,457 page views and 206,314 unique visits. During the month, we announced the recipients of the Opensource.com Community Awards, receiving heartfelt praise from one of the winners in this press release.
TLDR: Opensource.com is now using the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International license as our preferred license for all original content. You are still responsible for ensuring that you have the necessary permission to reuse any work on this site.
We've recently made some changes to the Opensource.com points and badge system that we'd like to inform you about. Based on feedback we got from our readers and Community Moderators, we have recently implemented the changes outlined below. Depending on how many points you have accumulated, you may... Read more
Opensource.com held its first Youth in Open Source Week from January 13 - 17, 2014. Articles published during this time were focused on how kids and teens are using open source today and how we can get more young people involved in open source. We announced this series by publishing an article on... Read more
Marcus Hanwell is a physicist by training, but his background in science led him down a different path than most reseachers. Today he is a contributer to a number of open source projects aimed at helping the scientific community better analyze and visualize their data. If you've got a question... Read more
Last year, we announced the Opensource.com Community Moderator program. It's been a huge success. We've learned a lot from our moderators and have recently made updates as we continually improve the program. The purpose of the Community Moderator program is to identify key Opensource.com... Read more