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Book contest for Open Library Week

Open Libary Week book contest

It's Open Library Week at Opensource.com, and we're celebrating open source tools and methods for libraries with a contest.

Enter for a chance to win two books of your choice from O'Reilly Media. When you enter, be sure to select your favorite public library becuase they could win too. If you win, the library you selected will recieve five free books of their choice. » Read more

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Take our reader survey for a chance to win a $100 gift card

annual reader survey

This is your chance to tell us what you think about Opensource.com. And to win a a $100 Amazon gift card! Complete the  Opensouce.com Reader Survey and help us improve our community and publication. » Read more

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Solving local problems through citizen participation

contest for citizen participation and local open government

Bloomberg Philanthropies recently launched the Mayors Challenge, a contest for funding in the European Union where large cities submit new, innovative ideas for solving local problems.

The EU contest is modeled on a similar competition for cities in the United States, where more than 300 cities submitted ideas covering issues ranging from sustainable development to education to citizen development. The grand prize of that contest went to a program in Providence, R.I. that works to improve the vocabulary of children in low-income households. » Read more

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Enter the 2013 open source holiday giveaway, win a 3D printer and much more

2013 Open Source Holiday Gift Giveaway

UPDATE: The contest has closed and winners are in the process of being notified and shipped their gifts. We will have an update about the winners in early 2014.

Enter our 2013 open source holiday gift giveaway by filling out this entry form by December 11. Read the official rules for more details.

See what you could win and find out more about the contest below.


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Enter for a chance to win a free ticket to the All Things Open conference

Twitter contest

Regular readers of Opensource.com have probably noticed our recent interviews with some of the speakers of the upcoming All Things Open conference later this month in Raleigh, NC. We've had a ball interviewing some of the top developers, technologists, and decision makers in the open source space, and now we want you to have some fun too.

We're inviting you to enter our Twitter drawing for your chance to win a conference pass to All Things Open in Raleigh, NC, on October 23 and 24.

Here's how to enter: » Read more

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Contest and call for project contributors to Eclipse BPMN2 Modeler

open source project contest

With the growing popularity of open source, it’s getting harder and harder to attract contributors to new projects. A quick Internet search shows us that there are about 20,000+ FLOSS projects out there, and the number of new projects continues to double about every 14 months.

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Official rules: 2013 Opensource.com caption contest

Opensource.com Caption Contest 2013

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Annual OSS World Challenge gets start in Korea

world open source software challenge

In 2007, the Korean government first held the OSS World Challenge in an effort to promote open source software and bring awareness to developers within the country. 

Today, the challenge is open to entries from all over the world: OSS projects that were developed within the last year are eligible.

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A music challenge from the Beat Making Lab

cc music

Martin is a young accordion prodigy from Panama. Producer and DJ, Stephen Levitin (aka Apple Juice Kid), and myself, a UNC Professor and emcee, met him while building a Beat Making Lab at a community center in the city of Portobelo. » Read more

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2013 People's Choice Awards: Cast your vote

People's choice awards

Opensource.com is about to celebrate our fourth year and one of our favorite ways to celebrate our community is with the annual People's Choice Awards. We realize that our community would not be as vibrant and educational if it were not for the countless authors who invest time into sharing their open source stories. » Read more

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