A guide to optimizing your WordPress CMS. For you and the environment.
In this week's edition of our open source news roundup, we take a look at a new pan-European open data portal by the European Commission, WordPress.com going open source, and more! Open source news roundup for November 21 - 27, 2015
Todd Jones shares why he fell in love with the popular open source content management system.
With the announcement of the Ubuntu phone, the Ubuntu developer blog had outgrown its WordPress site, and needed an open source content management system with great international features. DjangoCMS fit the bill, and here's why and how the blog made the move.
Open source is increasingly changing the software industry, and content management systems helped lead the way.
PressForward is a multi-user, collaborative RSS feed reader that integrates with WordPress's publication workflow and provides users with the ability to curate content for a target audience.
While a good portion of my focus on Opensource.com is on OpenStack and related cloud technologies, my most recent background prior to joining the team here was in doing web design and development work for small businesses, nonprofits, and others who needed sites created for them quickly and easily... Read more
Whether you need to set up a blog, a portal for some specific usage, or any other website, which content management system is right for you? is a question you are going to ask yourself early on. The most well-known and widely used open source content management system (CMS) platforms are: Joomla,... Read more
Women in open source. Women in programming. Women in tech at all. Where are they?
As the Community Manager of GovLoop—a highly active online community connecting more than 50,000 public sector professionals—Andrew Krzmarzick suspects his role is pretty similar to leading an open source project. The open source way guides the company's decisions, communications, and interactions... Read more