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Need a Resume Boost? Get Involved With an Open Source Project

There are a lot of excellent reasons to get involved with an open source project. You can learn a new language, improve your existing skills, be challenged by a community that is at the top of their field or even get better at managing complex distributed projects. There are also...

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Four Ways Open Source Principles Can Improve Your Business

More than ever, companies are embracing the principles of open source to make major improvements, both internally and externally. Openness, transparency, democratization, and collaboration can be used to make your business a better place to work and create a better culture. Read more... read more...

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CFP: Legal and Licensing Aspects of Open Source at OWF 2011

Licensing is an important component of every free software and open source project. This is especially true as an increasing number of corporations are adopting and distributing open source applications and code. This track considers various legal and licensing aspects of open source, both from a community and a corporate...

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Dreamwidth Studios: Bringing the Corner Store to Open Source Publishing

Dreamwidth Studios' co-founder Denise Paolucci remembers growing up in a family-owned corner deli, some of whose customers had been eating there daily for decades. "They'd become part of the family, instead of faceless customers," she says. "That's stayed with me for my whole life. It's a business concept that you don't see much in today's world" — and one that Paolucci and co-founder Mark Smith decided would be part of Dreamwidth Studios' open source publishing platform from the start.

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OSS and Software Patents: If You Can't Beat 'em, Join 'em

Over at ars technica, Ryan Paul has a report from Eben Moglen's LinuxCon keynote. Moglen spoke about the software patent problem, particularly for free software, now that the Bilski ruling did not go as far as some had hoped. "One of the main themes of Moglen's keynote is the power...

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