I turn 70 on my next birthday, and it's well known that people my age aren't computerate, at least here in Australia.
Get a sneak peek at GitHub Government Evangelist Ben Balter's OSCON talk, "Open source licensing on GitHub by the numbers."
In this week's edition of our open source news roundup, we take a look at a million lines of code for Linux, more open source software from Google and Microsoft, a new tiny computer for education, and more! Open source news: July 4 to July 10, 2015
6th annual Open Hardware Summit open for submissions and registration.
The Great Command-Line Challenge is to create a single command-line program to count the number of emails from each IP Address that has attempted to access David Both's hosts using SSH.
My story is about getting a chance to see the world with some of America’s finest men and women, and being introduced to Linux. I had no idea how that one message sent out by Torvalds in 1991 would change my life, and I never could have appreciated how much that first stack of floppies was going to... Read more
We published 91 articles and had a record breaking traffic month in June. In this report, we highlight a few of the most popular articles that helped us get there.
The text editor is a workhorse for many people working in tech. A few of the most popular options out there today are tried-and-true text editors like vi, Emacs, and gedit. And, a new text editor on the scene that's picking up traction is Atom. All four are open source, so you can get involved in... Read more
The Raspberry Pi Foundation's Ben Nuttall shares why the Python programming language is such a popular choice for kids, educators, and Raspberry Pi aficionados alike.
At OSCON in Portland this year, Donna Benjamin and Gina Likins are combining forces to talk about a topic that is sometimes easily dismissed: conflict resolution. Given the growing need to address conflict in technology, and that even popular projects like the Linux Kernel adopting codes of conduct... Read more