We check in with the Kramden Institute, a non-profit in North Carolina that is helping bridge the digital divide, and we find out the role 10 new Raspberry Pi devices will play in their classroom.
The 2016 Opensource.com Community Awards celebrates people from our community who have excelled in contributing and sharing stories about open source. Votes were cast to select winners in the following categories.
Thoughtful problem solving, kindness, and collaboration are pieces of the open source ethos.
Happy New Year! Before we dive into 2016, let's quickly look back on Opensource.com in 2015.
When I talk to college students who are working on their first open source projects, the message I emphasize over and over and (yes, one more time) over again is the importance of working openly. And yet, as I discovered myself while writing this post, working openly is harder than it sounds.
November was an extra busy month on Opensource.com. We published 91 articles and had 756,947 page views, which beat our previous record of 692,826 set back in June. We completed our LISA15 interview series, and we ran an Open Food & Beverages series. We had 15 new authors, and 64% of our... Read more
The 2015 Open Source Yearbook launched on December 1, and we look ahead to our annual Best of Opensource.com collection and 2016 themes.
We're pleased to announce The Open Organization Field Guide, a community-produced companion to Jim Whitehurst's The Open Organization.
The Fedora Badges system is interoperable with Mozilla's Open Badges Infrastructure. Learn more about how Open Badges are democratic, open, and distributed.
Thank you for being on this open source community journey with us.