open source software

open source city
Last week I had a chance to visit Chattanooga for several days and received an up close look at the maker and entrepreneurial culture of the city. Chattanooga is home to a municipal gigabit fiber installation, which reaches every home and business in a 600 square mile area. The city is positioning... Read more
2 comments Posted 22 Aug 2013 by Phil Shapiro Feed
open source skills
How do you create a successful free or open source software project? There are two parts to success:
1 comment Posted 14 Aug 2013 by Stephen R. Walli Feed
The open source why
My nearly 11 minute keynote at OSCON 2013 this year, felt long enough when I gave it, but in terms of what I have to say about the future of open source, it wasn't even close. Here I expand on the lessons I've learned from other people working in open source, new technologies emerging in open... Read more
7 comments Posted 12 Aug 2013 by Mark Hinkle Feed
open source licensing
Free software licenses can be divided into two broad categories: copyleft licenses (like the GPL), which require derivatives of the software to be licensed under the same terms; and permissive licenses (like the MIT/X11 license), which allow the software to be reused in any project, even closed-... Read more
8 comments Posted 8 Aug 2013 by Nicolas Suzor Feed
hello my name is open source
Selena Deckelmann, a data architect and contributor to PostgreSQL, gave a keynote speech at the Computer Science Teachers Association conference this year called, What open source communities can do for teachers. At the end she encouraged the audience (of teachers) to connect with free and open... Read more
0 comments Posted 7 Aug 2013 by Jen Wike Huger (Red Hat) Feed
open source in the military
Open source software offers the promise of a revolutionary transformation in defense, intelligence, law enforcement, and government technology at a cost and pace that satisfies the competing requirements of shrinking resources and constantly accelerating global operations. While this technological... Read more
4 comments Posted 31 Jul 2013 by Adam Firestone Feed
taxi booking app
Booking a cab is getting easier for passengers thanks to the advent of apps that let you book your cab straight from your smartphone. But implementing those apps and booking systems isn't always the easiest—or most affordable—option for taxi companies.
2 comments Posted 30 Jul 2013 by Ginny Skalski (Red Hat) Feed
Review of 4 text editors for Linux
This is a short list of my favorite graphical text editors for Linux that can be classified as IDE (integrated development environment). Here, I give the pros and cons of working with the following:  
19 comments Posted 30 Jul 2013 by Linuxaria Feed
open source and education discussion
Every year I attend the American Library Association (ALA) Annual Conference as an exhibitor. This year's conference was busier than any I've ever been to. So many people had either heard of us (ByWater Solutions) or Koha or just about open source in general. One librarian though approached our... Read more
4 comments Posted 25 Jul 2013 by Nicole C. Engard Feed
open economics
Working on cybersecurity and looking for support for your project? The Homeland Open Security Technology (HOST) project has begun a seven-week open call for investment applications that support open source software to improve cybersecurity. Applications will be accepted from July 2 to August 14,... Read more
0 comments Posted 25 Jul 2013 by Deb Bryant Feed

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