The 2015 Open Source Yearbook launched on December 1, and we look ahead to our annual Best of Opensource.com collection and 2016 themes.
Coming up: Open Source Food & Beverages, plus a look ahead at our gift guide and 2016 calls for papers.
Rajesh Ranjan recaps the LibreOffice Conference in Aarhus, Denmark.
October is shaping up to be our Most Open Month. Read on to learn why.
What's up in August? A lot. Read on to learn more about our new community moderators, upcoming article series, calls for proposals, and where to find us at open source events.
How TYPO3 meetups turned out to be a great way to foster personal relationships and improve the companies technology and business.
There’s something different about OpenStack Summit Atlanta. Maybe it’s the attendance, the new arrivals, the latest projects, the announcements, the talks, or the community coming together. Really, it's a combination of all these things. And, while I can’t compare this summit to past OpenStack... Read more
It's Open Government Week. And one way of celebrating it is by bringing some amazing people and projects in the open government, open data and civic hacking space together. Sunlight Foundation will be doing just that on May 30-31. Join us for our annual TransparencyCamp!
Beatrice Martini is the Event Manager at Open Knowledge. With a successful event behind her, the Open Knowledge Conference in Geneva (2013), she is now organizing the Open Knowledge Festival in Berlin that will take place July 15 - 17.
If you're at all interested in open source and video games, you've no doubt noticed that the two don't meet nearly as often as we'd like. But we saw Steam finally come to Linux last year. We have Ouya. We have more and more great Linux games appearing, and Linux gamers always give the Humble... Read more