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.
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.
What's up in August? A lot. Read on to learn more about our new community moderators, upcoming article series, calls for proposals, and where to find us at open source events.
Open source evangelist Jono Bacon provides some practical recommendations of tools you can use to build strong and empowered communities.
We published 91 articles and had a record breaking traffic month in June. In this report, we highlight a few of the most popular articles that helped us get there.
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
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.
Priyanka Nag explains why learning about Mozilla was love at first site, and how the open source project and her role in its community are helping deliver an open web to India.
Opensource.com closed out May with 623,688 page views. We published 90 articles including five posts in our Open Hardware series, six in our OpenStack Summit interview series, and six in our DrupalCon interview series.
Five practical reasons to use a rendered language instead of wikis to publish your open source project documentation.