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houses and cars
The openHAB open source automation platform is designed to use a pluggable architecture, which means new devices and protocols can be added easily. We explain how to get started with this cool automation software.
3 comments Posted 22 Apr 2016 by D Ruth Bavousett Feed
What sets Krita apart from other open source digital painting tools
Nick Hamilton talks about what he loves about the open source digital painting tool, Krita, prior to his introduction to it at Linuxfest Northwest 2016.
3 comments Posted 21 Apr 2016 by Seth Kenlon Feed
A tool to help conference organizers find diverse speakers
STEMM Role Models helps connect event organizers with presenters from underrepresented groups.
0 comments Posted 21 Apr 2016 by Don Watkins Feed
poetry
To celebrate National Poetry Month in the US and Canada, we have three projects that enhance the experience of reading or writing poems.
0 comments Posted 16 Apr 2016 by Joshua Allen Holm Feed
Open gaming news on Opensource.com
Hello open gamers! This week we will take a look at the new website for RetroPie, and it's newest release, plus four new games coming out for Linux.
3 comments Posted 16 Apr 2016 by Thomas Hamilton (Red Hat) Feed
Open source weekly news roundup
In this week's edition of our open source news roundup, we take a look at easy installation of Arduino on Linux, MediPi open source health kit, O'Reilly Software Development Salary Survey results, and more.
3 comments Posted 16 Apr 2016 by David Both Feed
Top 5 articles of the week on Opensource.com
In this week's Top 5, we highlight an interview with 14 year old Keila Banks on open source for teens, 9 beginner-friendly robotics projects, what's new in MySQL, the innovative Vivaldi browser, and the advantages to using Docker with project management tools.
0 comments Posted 15 Apr 2016 by Jen Wike Huger (Red Hat) Feed
A four year, action-packed experience with Wikipedia
How I got started with Wikipedia at 15 and became an Odia Wikimedian.
2 comments Posted 15 Apr 2016 by Sailesh Patnaik Feed
Open source robotics
Open source isn’t just changing the way we interact with the world, it’s changing the way the world interacts back with us. Case in point: open source robotics.
2 comments Posted 14 Apr 2016 by Jason Baker (Red Hat) Feed

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