The Flipped Contribution model is one of participation, that removes the project as the center of participation design and instead focuses on developing a strong, skill-set-specific, contributor-led community serving multiple projects.
Connfa makes paper conference brochures a thing of the past with this mobile open source solution.
In this week's edition of our open source news roundup, we take a look at IBM's Quarks IoT development tool, the rise of open source textbooks, open source release of Google's TensorFlow Serving, and more. Open source news roundup for February 13 - 19, 2016
In this week's edition we take a look at support for the new open standard API, Vulkan, as well as, new games and expansions out this week for Linux. Open gaming roundup for February 14 - 20, 2016
In this week's Top 5 articles on Opensource.com, we highlight low-cost, DIY, open hardware farming equipment; open source issue tracking tools; free and open source music making programs; a look inside the Secret Lab codeathon; and a new column on the site about how to build a business with open... Read more
Everyone can benefit from using version control—even artists. Jason van Gumster explains how.
Learn how to render 3D objects as both images and videos using the open source POV-Ray tool.
In this month's Nooks and Crannies column, we look at LilyPond, a free, mature music-typesetting program that is part of the GNU Project.
Abby Covert's How to Make Sense of Any Mess is a excellent, beginner-friendly, way to learn about information architecture.
In the world of digital audio workstations, the project that brings a bunch of modular technology and binds them together nice and neatly for users is the Linux Multimedia Studio, better known as LMMS.