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How to throw a tarball over the wall
Learn about the costs, motivations, and requirements for making your software open source.
2 comments Posted 26 Sep 2016 by Simon Phipps Feed
Checking in on the Taiga project management tool
CEO Enrique Posner talks about Taiga's 150,000 users, their developer community, and what's next for the project management tool.
0 comments Posted 21 Sep 2016 by Nitish Tiwari Feed
Open source alternatives to PowerPoint
Looking to give a presentation? Want to use an open source tool to design it? Check out these great open source alternatives to PowerPoint.
21 comments Posted 15 Sep 2016 by Jason Baker (Red Hat) Feed
4 big ways companies benefit from having open source program offices
Why would a company not in the business of software development create an open source program office? We look at four big reasons.
2 comments Posted 13 Sep 2016 by John Mark Walker Feed
Selling open source the smart way
How can you make a business out of open source to help support the people who develop your software and sustain your project?
3 comments Posted 1 Aug 2016 by Job van der Voort Feed
Avoiding bad practices in open source project management
What you should not do as you lead or participate in your open source projects.
3 comments Posted 29 Jun 2016 by Julien Danjou Feed
credibility
Marketing as we know it is changing. But new challenges aren't anything a community can't solve, says Jackie Yeaney.
2 comments Posted 25 May 2016 by Jackie Yeaney (Red Hat) Feed
Are you investing in open source or not?
David Aponovich says it's not a question of whether you start to adopt open source technology, but when.
1 comment Posted 23 May 2016 by David Aponovich Feed
An in-depth guide to turning a product into an open source project
Expert Stephen Walli takes a deep dive into the value of creating an open source project and how to turn a product into a project.  
0 comments Posted 12 May 2016 by Stephen R. Walli Feed
What is an open source program office?
Six common traits of successful open source programs, and a look back at how the open source program office evolved.
0 comments Posted 9 May 2016 by John Mark Walker Feed

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