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Weekly open source news
In this week's edition of our open source news roundup, we take a look at machine learning, Vanderbilt University's medical technology, journalism mapping tools, and more. Open source news: November 7 — 14, 2015
0 comments Posted 14 Nov 2015 by Scott Nesbitt Feed
Top 5 articles of the week on Opensource.com
In this weekly top 5, we highlight the open development method for business, Unity and the GNOME Shell, lossless audio for Linux, FireFox's 11th birthday, and top open source terminal emulators.
0 comments Posted 13 Nov 2015 by Jen Wike Huger (Red Hat) Feed
My open source story
Kevin Cole shares how and why he fell in love with open source software.
3 comments Posted 13 Nov 2015 by Kevin Cole Feed
Terminal emulators
Explore the top seven open source terminal emulators for Linux, including gnome-terminal, guake, konsole, terminator, tilda, xterm, and yakuake.
59 comments Posted 12 Nov 2015 by Jason Baker (Red Hat) Feed
Seth Kenlon explains how to implement one of the oldest VFX techniques in open source video editor Kdenlive.
1 comment Posted 12 Nov 2015 by Seth Kenlon Feed
Bubble floating in air
Developers, like everyone else, often struggle with mental health issues. And like everyone else, these struggles are often left unspoken. In 2013, Ed Finkler decided to change that. Finker started the Open Sourcing Mental Illness campaign to bring the issue to light and prompt discussion.
4 comments Posted 11 Nov 2015 by Ben Cotton Feed
My open source story
Budding computer scientist Lauren Egts shares her open source story.
5 comments Posted 11 Nov 2015 by Lauren Egts Feed
Ahead of Unity 8's release, longtime Ubuntu user Jono Bacon explores the GNOME Shell.
13 comments Posted 10 Nov 2015 by Jono Bacon Feed
Find out more about the culture within the Internet Archive and the backgrounds of two people helping keep it alive.
1 comment Posted 10 Nov 2015 by Seth Kenlon Feed
Firefox developer edition blue logo modified by Jen Wike Huger via Creative Commons license
Eleven years ago, Firefox 1.0 was released with much excitement and anticipation.
7 comments Posted 9 Nov 2015 by Benjamin Kerensa Feed

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