One of the great things about open source is its reach beyond just the software we use. Open source isn’t just about taking principled stands, it's about making things better for the world around us. It helps spread new ideas by letting anyone with an interest modify and replicate those ideas in... Read more
As part of our OSCON Speaker Interview series, Randi talked to us about online abuse and her upcoming talk, "Open sourcing anti-harassment tools."
Nominate someone doing great work in the Cascadia region of the United States in the free and open source software community for an award from the Seattle GNU/Linux conference.
Happy Canada Day to our neighbors to the north! In honor of your special day, we've rounded up a list of Canadians in open source to follow on Twitter. Special thanks to my Canadian friends Diane Mueller, John Van Ostrand, and Dru Lavigne for helping compile this list. [Note: 21 and counting,... Read more
This year, OSCON attendees will have the opportunity to hear Henrik Ingo speak on Selling Opensource 101. Ingo is a senior solutions architect at MongoDB. He is active in many open source projects, and is the author of Open Life: The Philosophy of Open Source, a book on open source community ethics... Read more
Aleksandar Todorović tells his Linux story that began three years ago.
Hundreds of articles later, we're half way through 2015, so we rounded up our Top 25 articles (so far).
Almost every month this year at Opensource.com, we're running a speaker interview series for an open source conference to help you get the open source goodness and knowledge delivered there. We also interview CEOs and CTOs, project leads, and managers from open source companies around the world.... Read more
Hello, open gaming fans! In this week's edition, we take a look at Linux support for CRYENGINE, Alienware Alpha introduces HiveMind, and more. Open gaming roundup for June 21 - 27, 2015
This week higlights an important announcement at DockerCon of the Open Container Project, the annual open source summer reading list (and contest), our interviews with the women in Open Source Award winners, and a template to get started with better documentation. Week of June 22 - 26, 2015.