LinuxCon Europe diversity scholarship recipient Carla Berjano shares her Linux story.
The Missing Maps project, which launched in 2014, aims to literally and figuratively put more than 20-million at-risk people on the map using OpenStreetMap (OSM) as a platform. We need to fill in "missing maps" before the next disaster strikes, ensuring the maps have detail sufficient for emergency... Read more
Adafruit shares its favorite open source wearable products and projects from 2015.
In 2015, Opensource.com published a number of great tutorials in open source. Let’s take a look back at the best of them.
Opensource.com shared more than 1,000 stories in 2015, and launched a new channel, The Open Org, which focuses on how open source principles are changing the way we work.
Which diversity in open source stories did you follow in 2015? Here are a few of the year's highlights.
2015 was another great year for open source technologies and communities. Before we close this chapter and look to 2016 for what's next, let's take stock of how many open source projects readers contributed to this year. Whether you contributed as a software developer, designer, bug tester,... Read more
In this week's edition of our open source news roundup, we take a look at reasons to use open source software, betting on open source, cryptocurrencies, a look back at 2015, and—since it's that time of the year—some predictions for 2016.
Hello, open gaming fans! In this week's edition, we take a look at a Steam controller update, a Company of Heroes Linux update, and more.
In this week's Top 5 articles of the week, we highlight our 10 editor's picks from the most popular projects of the year, an open letter to parents on FOSS, what's in a sys admin's toolbox, avoiding burnout at work, and Blender for surgery.