Yearbook

In 2015 we launched the first Open Source Yearbook. The Open Source Yearbook is a community-contributed collection of each year's top open source projects, people, tools, and stories. Read our collection of annual Open Source Yearbook articles.

Win a free copy of the 2016 Open Source Yearbook

Win a free copy of the 2016 Open Source Yearbook
If you're still looking to get your hands on a print copy of the 2016 Open Source Yearbook, now's your chance.Read more

2016 Open Source Yearbook: Print edition now available

2016 Open Source Yearbook: Print edition now available
Thanks to contributions from more than 25 writers, the second annual Open Source Yearbook is even bigger and better.Read more

Troubleshooting tips for the 5 most common Linux issues

Troubleshooting tips for the 5 most common Linux issues
Learn how to tackle the most common challenges Linux desktop users encounter.Read more

Publisher's picks: Top 2016 open source books

Publisher's picks: Top 2016 open source books
What were your favorite tech books of 2016? We round up a few hot releases.Read more

10 steps to innersource in your organization in 2017

10 steps to innersource in your organization in 2017
Is your company planning to implement innersource concepts in 2017? We walk through steps for getting started.Read more

50 ways to avoid getting hacked in 2017

secure your systems
Paul Simon rounded up 50 ways to lose a lover, and we round up 50 ways to secure your systems.Read more

4 hot skills for Linux pros in 2017

4 hot skills for Linux pros in 2017
One of the problems with becoming a Linux expert is the definition is constantly changing. When I started in the Linux world, to be considered a...Read more

7 notable legal developments in open source in 2016

7 notable legal developments in open source in 2016
Learn about a few of the many open source-related legal developments that made headlines in 2016.Read more