I went down the OSCON speakers on Twitter rabbit hole so you don't have to, and I collected a list of 174 people to follow. (It's a really, really deep rabbit hole, folks.)
Join us later today for an #OpenOrgChat about the nuts and bolts of working in an open organization, as we discuss "open organizations under he hood"! As usual, we'll gather around the #OpenOrgChat hashtag at 2 p.m. Eatsern (14:00 ET/19:00 UTC). Follow OpenOrgBook and the chat's live stream for... Read more
Dozens of readers replied to the hashtag #openstickers on Twitter to share their sticker rules and photos. This led to the gallery of open source project stickers you see below. And for those of you walking around with naked laptops: Feel free to download Opensource.com stickers as a PDF to print... Read more
Sergey Bronnikov shares why the OpenVZ team created Twisource, an open source social media tool.
Opensource.com's Alex Sanchez rounds up a few highlight tweets from our #MyOpenStory campaign.
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 exclusive interview with Chris Aniszczyk, the Head of Open Source at Twitter explains how company engineers are working on open source technologies internally and contributing to a range of community projects.
This week, we're discussing Chapter 3: Building Engagement. Join us!
We looked through dozens of #ILookLikeanEngineer Twitter posts and pulled out a list of women in open source to follow.
Wisely used, Twitter can be an outstanding tool for getting the word out about open source solutions.