Top 5 articles of the week on
In this week's Top 5, we bring you an up close and personal look at the new Raspberry Pi 3, five alternatives to the standard Linux bash shell, a My Linux Story tale, a look at some of the most influential roles in open source businesses and communities, and the social media startup Buffer's salary... Read more
0 comments Posted 4 Mar 2016 by Jen Wike Huger (Red Hat) Feed
Image processing at NASA with open source tools
An intern at the GVIS lab at NASA Glenn brings her passion for open source into the lab.
2 comments Posted 4 Mar 2016 by Lauren Egts Feed
Preview on paper with coffee
Here's a look at what's coming up in our action-packed 31 days of March.
1 comment Posted 4 Mar 2016 by Rikki Endsley (Red Hat) Feed
Top 5 open source command shells for Linux
Learn about the various open source alternatives to using the standard bash shell in Linux, including ksh, tcsh, zsh, and fish.
6 comments Posted 3 Mar 2016 by Jason Baker (Red Hat) Feed
3 easy steps to submitting a GitHub pull request
Your first pull request doesn't need to be a major one. Learn how to contribute to an open source project on GitHub in three easy steps.
2 comments Posted 2 Mar 2016 by Liran Tal Feed
Open source gets an official spot at SXSW this year
The famous festival SXSW is coming up in March in Austin, Texas and will hold a special event called SX Create, focused on cool gadgets and hardware projects. If you have a badge, this event will be open to you—plus, it's free and open to the public. How very open source of them.
1 comment Posted 2 Mar 2016 by Jen Wike Huger (Red Hat) Feed
Yearbook cover 2015
The 2015 Open Source Yearbook is now available for download (PDF). Start your annual Open Source Yearbook collection today!
0 comments Posted 1 Mar 2016 by Rikki Endsley (Red Hat) Feed
For Sean Ballais, the person who helped him discover Linux was his father. It was love at first sight.
Have you ever made a webpage? If so, how?
0 comments Posted 1 Mar 2016 by Jason Baker (Red Hat) Feed
Raspberry Pi 3
More than 8,000,000 Raspberry Pi units have shipped out since the cool little computer launched four years ago. The latest release, Raspberry Pi 3, offers a 64-bit quad-core ARMv8 CPU, making it almost 10x as fast as the original Pi.
10 comments Posted 29 Feb 2016 by Ben Nuttall Feed