Alicia Gibb chats with us about teaching herself electronics, establishing the Open Source Hardware Association, and increasing diversity in tech.
Wisely used, Twitter can be an outstanding tool for getting the word out about open source solutions.
According to the latest numbers from the World Health Organization, over a billion people in the world live with some sort of disability. Addressing the various accommodations, abilities, and disabilities of the world's largest minority may seem like a daunting task for developers of all stripes,... Read more
It's no secret that the tech industry has a diversity problem. Programmer Paola Villareal offers one possible solution.
When Ruth Bavousett attended her first Perl conference in 2012, she was worried how she'd be accepted as a transgender person. Three years on, she says everyone who comes in good faith is welcome.
LibreOffice plays an important function in the world, and one that spans beyond the mere function of an office suite. Let's look back at how LibreOffice got started, and at how far the community has come since then.
Knowing our heads are swimming, David Both takes us on a deep dive through Dolphin, KDE's default file manager, in this comprehensive tutorial.
July was an action-packed month with a record 114 articles published and 641,103 page views. Our community moderators contributed 39 articles—a whopping 34% of our July content.
Student members of the Asian Penguins were uncomfortable with the group's diversity issues. Now, contributions from a wide range of participants have made the club richer.
Red Hat technical writer Priyanka Nag shares her Linux story.