Using multiple sets of existing open data, attendees are provided the resources to develop creative and imaginative solutions to complex issues.
Martin Yan says the public needs to keep pushing to make government data more easily accessible than ever.
Play a word association game and the word "open" will almost surely be followed by "source." And open source is certainly an important force for preserving user freedoms and access to computing. However, code isn't the only form of openness that's important.
In this week's edition of our open source news roundup, we take a look at an open letter to GitHub, the new Brave browser, open source software aids African vaccines, and more! Open source news roundup for January 16 - 22, 2016
This is a Special Edition of our weekly open source news roundup, as we look back at the top news stories in 2015!
A collection of some of the most influential people gathering and speaking at the Code for America Summit 2015 to follow on Twitter.
In this week's edition of our open source news roundup, we take a look at the Internet Bug Bounty, a smart robotic spider powered by Snappy Ubuntu Core, and more open source news. Open source news roundup for September 6 - 12, 2015
Are we on the cusp of seeing dramatic changes in the way governments operate by publishing and consuming open data? Mark Headd, Developer Evangelism at Accela seems to think so.
The human genome specifies more than 500 kinases, enzymes that can manipulate protein activity. More than 400 of them are understudied, even though more knowledge about them could unlock a wave of drug innovation. Scientists are trying to fix that—the open source way.
The Open Election Data Initiative wants to give access to election data for a true picture of an election process, including how candidates are certified, how and which voters are registered, what happens on election day, whether results are accurate, and how complaints are resolved.