Many 3D printed objects are shared under Creative Commons licenses that require attribution be given to the designer, but there are no established standards on how or where credit should be given.
The folks at Code & Supply put on a fantastic inaugural event in Pittsburgh this year. They sold 1500 tickets, their maximum, a few weeks before the event took place in downtown Pittsburgh at the Westin Conference Center. Pittsburgh is a walkable city with beautiful soaring art-deco buildings... Read more
Learn a few tips for sharing technical topics with your colleagues or at a conference.
Openwords is an open source foreign language learning app providing a customizable lesson builder for teachers.
Now you can code the Sense HAT for Raspberry Pi in an emulator in your web browser, without any hardware.
We look back at our top articles, must-reads, and highlights from August.
In this week's edition of our open source news roundup, we take a look at SMS on the Linux desktop, Linux's 25th birthday, inexpensive ecological homesteads, and more.
In this week's Top 5, I highlight a comparison of Python and C/C++ for embedded systems, an introduction to Linux network routing, a chat with Automotive Grade Linux, a look at FarmBot for your small farming needs, and Ben Cotton's take on how to write documentation.
Do you still use CDs, DVDs, or other physical media? Are you looking for an application to help you create new discs? These open source tools can help.
We have a few great series we're working on that I'd like to invite you to be a part of, many amazing articles in the works for you to read, and I'll share some of the fruits of our labor from this summer.