Yearbook Yearbook feed

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.

Top open source solutions for designers and artists from 2017

We collected popular 2017 Opensource.com articles about exciting developments in open source...
Kubernetes, standardization, and security dominated 2017 Linux container news

We round up our most popular Linux container reads from the past year.
Is blockchain a security topic?

Yet again, we need to understand how systems and the business work together and be honest about the...
24 Pull Requests returns for a 6th year

The nights are drawing in, there's a chill in the air, and developers are preparing to give back to...
10 open source technology trends for 2018

Technology is always evolving. New developments, such as OpenStack, Progressive Web Apps, Rust, R,...
Happy 60th birthday, Fortran

The Fortran compiler, introduced in April 1957, was the first optimizing compiler, and it paved the...
What is the TensorFlow machine intelligence platform?

Learn about the Google-developed open source library for machine learning and deep neural networks...
Getting started with .NET for Linux

Microsoft's decision to make .NET Core open source means it's time for Linux developers to get...