Computer gaming is a $25 billion market in the US, and it is one of the major application development industries. These are just two of the reasons why students should consider getting involved in open source gaming projects for their university course requirements. Other reasons include:
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Whether it's visuals, audio, writing, or design, there's an open source tool out there to help get the job done.
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In this week's edition, we take a look at the open source re-release of Habitat, The Other 99's Linux announcement, and more.
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Chris Aniszczyk shares eight ways developers can get started contributing to open source.