Five Principles of an Open Source Company

Open source technology is gaining popularity and is becoming more prominent each year during various computer and technology conferences. More tech-savvy people obviously prefer software of this kind. This, in turn, facilitates the appearance of new websites featuring the source code of useful programs at users' disposal. Generally, the idea...

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Open Source Initiative Gets More Members

The Open Source Initiative (OSI) Board has announced that five significant organizations have been granted Affiliate Membership of the organization, including the first User Group.

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Linux And Foss Are Extremely Selfish: It's OK To Be Selfish

Renowned free software journalist Carla Schroder did not like the use of term selfishness and wrote an interesting piece. She took it as an insult of the thousands of free software developers.

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The Art of Community Second Edition Released

Back in 2009 I had my book on community management and best practice published. It was called The Art of Community, published by O’Reilly. When it came out I was pretty nervous. It was arguably the first book on community management, and structuring the many and varied topics of community management into a cohesive text was a challenge.

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Open Source Meets Capitalism: Collaborate by Competing

The internet has had a profound effect on many areas of commerce. One area the internet has not yet had a profound affect upon is how people are organized to perform work. We believe this is about to change and change dramatically. TopCoder is an early example of a ‘pure...

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