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Fritzing is an open source application that allows users to create schematics by selecting parts from a large part library, connecting them, and laying them out on a virtual breadboard.
4 comments Posted 18 May 2015 by Heiko W. Rupp (Red Hat) Feed
Nepal is the most recent example of a large-scale activation for Humanitarian OpenStreetMap.
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I wasn't weird, but now I am. It's a challenge that I feel almost destined to have come up against. How one Linux noob is learning about open source.
11 comments Posted 18 May 2015 by Jen Wike Huger (Red Hat) Feed
Open source and Linux games roundup blue swirl graphic
Hello, open gaming fans! In this week's edition, we take a look at Arduboy, Lakka for retro games, a Google release, and more! Open gaming roundup: May 10 - 16, 2015
0 comments Posted 16 May 2015 by Robin Muilwijk Feed
Purple and gold tropy tower for Top 5 article
In this edition of the Top 5, we've got reading the FINE manual, Python for non-engineers, the meaning of openness, and more.
2 comments Posted 15 May 2015 by Jen Wike Huger (Red Hat) Feed
open source news
In this week's edition of our open source news roundup, we take a look at the nine dollar computer, Snappy Ubuntu, the Robot Operating System, and more! Open source news: May 9 - 15, 2015
0 comments Posted 15 May 2015 by Robin Muilwijk Feed
Open hardware words in neon
Opensource.com will publish a new article on the topic of open hardware as part of our Open Hardware series that runs from May 18 - 22.
0 comments Posted 15 May 2015 by Jen Wike Huger (Red Hat) Feed
Real python in the graphic jungle
Python is an ideal language for beginners because of its simple syntax.
2 comments Posted 13 May 2015 by Al Sweigart Feed
It can be tempting to be lulled into the view that openness on top of Mac or Windows isn't really openness.
13 comments Posted 12 May 2015 by Jono Bacon Feed
Titles in video have always been difficult. It isn't the actual production of titles that's the problem—that's pretty straightforward in any multimedia program—but getting them to look good.
0 comments Posted 12 May 2015 by Seth Kenlon Feed

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