Bryan Lunduke Interviews Richard Stallman

Richard Stallman

Last Friday, the Linux Tycoon (as well as the guy who’s been known to say “Linux sucks”), Bryan Lunduke, sat down for a free form interview with Richard Stallman. We figured that no dyed-in-the-wool FOSSer […]

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Using SlideWiki for OpenCourseWare

Open source is about more than free software and hardware designs. It’s being harnessed to bring health care to undeveloped nations, and for free education. […]

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Open Source Adapted Bicycle Pedal Comes to the Rescue

Bicycle

Accessibility has always been important to designers of open source software. Now that open source has come to design, that’s more true than ever. […]

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Review of BeansBooks, Released Under ‘Open Code’ License

Before using BeansBooks, be sure to take a look at its “open code” license, which is a free software license but incompatible with the GPL and all GPL compatible licenses, whether “copyleft” or “permissive.”

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Cheap Arm Project: Affordable, Open Source DIY Robotics

CHAP Cheap Arm Project

Not so long ago, when we mentioned “open source,” we were nearly always talking about software. These days, open source can refer to almost anything — like this affordable DIY robot from “Cheap Arm Project.” […]

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