GitHub's Brandon Keepers shares some interesting insights into constraints developers face and how they account for these through transparency, participation, and collaboration.
Tinkerer Michelle Leonhart shows us how she made her My Little Pony themed donation box.
Anderson Silva shares how he first learned about Linux, from his uncle.
The Python Software Foundation's (PSF) Director Carol Willing will be mentoring coders for OpenHatch and the Systers' Volunteer Management System. Learn more about these projects, and the PSF's role at Grace Hopper this year, in this interview.
Your event might benefit from lightning talks too—here's why and how to plan them.
We caught up with All Things Open co-presenters Guy Martin and Nithya Ruff to hear about their talk, "Many ways to move the needle in open source."
Kartik Subbarao shares why using open source software makes him feel like a kid in the world's largest candy store.
A closer look at the Raspberry Pi add-on board that's going to space with astronaut Tim Peake.
Two new series are coming up for Opensource.com in the month of November. Yes, November—it's planning time! We invite you to contribute by sending us an email with your name, which series you would like to participate, and your story idea. It's a fun and easy process if you're new to writing for... Read more
Hello, open gaming fans! In this week's edition, we take a look at updates for Cocos2d and xoreos game engines, porting Shovel Knight to Amazon Fire TV, and more. Open gaming roundup for September 26 - October 2, 2015