In the FOSS realm, we’re all about Free/Open Source Software. But what about the hardware on which it runs?
For the last four years, the Open Compute Project has had that covered. Just as Linux and BSD have blazed a trail in the open source side of things for software, OCP seeks to open […]
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POSSCON is back.
After taking a year off so that IT-oLogy, the nonprofit behind the event, could concentrate on launching the Great Wide Open conference in Atlanta, the POSSCON developers’ conference will return to Columbia, South Carolina on Tuesday and Wednesday, April 14th and 15th. Last year, regular attendees of POSSCON were urged to attend […]
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It’s a rare thing when I double down on a previous week’s article. Most of the time that second effort is perceived as defensive or argumentative. This is neither. It’s just a rare thing.
We spoke together last week about some glaring holes in AAC software in the Linuxsphere. AAC is short for Augmentative and […]
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