Wanted: GNU Project Maintainers — Part 2

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Want to use your skills to aid in the development and maintenance of GNU projects? Here are four more projects that could use your help. […]

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The Many Loves of Richard M. Stallman

Here’s a blast from the past. A tale about RMS from back in the days when Roblimo was young — younger than he is now at least — and Stallman was…well, Stallman. […]

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Why Is Open Source Important to You?

While watching this video called “Why Is Open Source Important to Us,” we suddenly found ourselves wondering, why it’s important to you. […]

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‘Meeting for Good’ – Schedule Meetings in Multiple Time Zones

One of the great joys of open source is that it can unite geographically dispersed people to work together on software and other projects. This often happens asynchronously, via email and other tools. However, sometimes there are real benefits to having a live meeting. When that happens, keeping track of people’s availability in different time zones becomes a challenge. […]

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Jono Bacon Asked Google Home ‘Who Founded Linux?’ You Won’t Believe What Happened Next!

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Excuse the hyperbole, but we’ve always wanted to use a click-baity sort of headline — just to see if they work. That being said, we’re not going to spoil the fun. To find the answer, you’re going to have to watch the video. Don’t worry, however — bad things rarely happen when Linux is involved. […]

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