Seth Kenlon is a UNIX geek, free culture advocate, independent multimedia artist, and D&D nerd. He has worked in the film and computing industry, often at the same time. He is one of the maintainers of the Slackware-based multimedia production project Slackermedia.

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Stay resilient by keeping your open source code in an open source repository.
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Start automating your repetitive tasks by getting to know Ansible's modules, YAML structure, and more.
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MacPorts is an easy way to get open source applications and keep them updated on macOS.
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Both terms imply that things happen without your direct intervention. But the way you get to those results, and the tools you use to make them happen, differ.
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Mythic Table allows users to share Dungeons and Dragons game maps online.

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If your application isn't working—or you're just looking for more information—these 20 commands will come in handy.
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Set up your computer to boot into Windows 10 or Ubuntu 18.04 as needed.
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Opensource.com correspondents share their favorite tools for churning out words.
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Members of the Opensource.com team stress-test five open source video-conferencing applications so you don't have to.
Open and closed source

Take a look at five great open source alternatives to Google Docs.