Take the Opensource.com Annual Reader Survey. We appreciate you taking 5-10 minutes of your time to helping us better understand you, our platform, and the community. The survey will be open from Monday, May 11, 2015 through Friday, May 22, 2015. See official rules for details.
An event recap of Open Source Open Society 2015 in Wellington, New Zealand; organized by four rather diverse organizations: Enspiral, Loomio, GitHub, and Chakle.
Opensource.com closed out the month of April with a total of 612,553 page views and set a new page views per day record of 20,418. Also, our team published 79 articles including 14 posts in our ApacheCon, OpenStack Live, and POSSCON speaker interview series.
Hello, open gaming fans! In this week's edition, we take a look at the GOG Galaxy beta gaming platform, the KADE miniConsole+ for retro games, new Yooka-Laylee game backed at 1.5M, and more! Open gaming roundup for May 2 - 9, 2015
This week I talk about our best articles from May 4 - 8, 2015 on Opensource.com. Topics include: Open source content management, lessons for developers from Willie Nelson, Linux for the visually impaired, the state of Drupal security, and Raspberry Pi + Minecraft.
In this week's edition of our open source news roundup, we take a look at Google's support of rival to Docker, the release of source code for tools from Netflix and EMC, and more! Open source news: May 2 - 8, 2015
Forget about rock star developers. We need more Willie Nelsons. Learn why in this list of eight ways developers should be like Willie Nelson.
The free Raspberry Pi version of the game is the only one that comes with a programming interface, allowing players write code and manipulate the world around them. It's based on Minecraft Pocket Edition for Android, and a Python API is provided. It's bundled with Raspbian, the Pi's main supported... Read more
Are you curious about Linux? Learn the basics in this new Opensource.com resource, and help us craft a definition to teach new enthusiasts about the world's most popular open source operating system.
Linux accessibility is good, but could be much better. Learn about many of the free accessibility tools Linux and open source solutions offer, and find out about the areas that need improvement.