Todd Jones shares why he fell in love with the popular open source content management system.
Get a sneak peek at Daniel Roesler's Texas Linux Fest talk, "If you're not using HTTPS, your website is bad, and you should feel bad!"
I didn't have confidence in my programming skills, and how could I? I was isolated in my own little world where I didn't see other people's code, and nobody saw mine. Then Amsterdam and the PHP community happened.
In this week's edition of our open source news roundup, we take a look at Arduinos in Antarctica, a new open source project to stop human trafficking, a standard for the Internet of Things, and more! Open source news for your reading pleasure: January 10 - 16, 2015
You don't need Google Analytics to track the traffic on your website. You can use some great open source tools instead. Here are three reviewed and recommended by Scott Nesbitt.
Web apps have weaved themselves into our every day computing lives. But most web apps are proprietary and lock you into a closed ecosystem. Why not break out of that cage by using open source web apps?
The Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) is a not-for-profit charitable organization focused on improving software security. OWASP works on the principles of open source software, particularly the idea that the community is the force of creation and contribution. The unique aspect here is... Read more
Understandably, software developers might wonder how a bunch of historians ended up shepherding an open source content management system into the world, but in the case of Omeka the trajectory is a logical one that stems from years of work in open access public history and cultural heritage... Read more
If you wanted to assemble the world’s finest fruit basket, you wouldn’t pick all your produce from the same orchard. You would gather the best from multiple sources: Washington apples, oranges from Florida, and pineapples from Hawaii. Applying the same philosophy, many programmers and developers... Read more
Download the free All Things Open interview series eBook Angie Byron is an advocate for Drupal. Commonly known online as webchick, she is a Drupal core co-maintainer. She has her finger on the pulse of the community, helping to manage over 1,600 contributors from all over the world. In this... Read more