It’s easy for those of us in the US to become chauvinistic about our language. Our country is geographically huge, making it easy to think of the whole world as English speaking. Obviously, it isn’t. […]
Continue reading Aditya Mukerjee: Crossing the Language Divide in Open Source
Also included: Debian developer Kristoffer H. Rose passes, two new distro releases, Apricity OS adds 32-bit, Canonical gets Kubernetes, Snapcraft gets a new release and getting ready for All Things Open.
FOSS Week in […]
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There are many ways to contribute to an open source project. There are also many reasons for doing so. But before jumping in, you might want to know how things generally work within these projects. […]
Continue reading Contributing to an Open Source Project
Also included: Libreboot leaves GNU, municipal broadband law proposed, Linux’s second 25th birthday, a new distro release, Vim and Emacs both get upgrades, Google’s hack challenge and Oracle can’t catch a break.
FOSS Week […]
Continue reading Nextcloud’s $79 Box, Vim Gets an Update & More…
One of the things we’ve noticed over the years is how enthusiastic people are about Python, which shows in this keynote address by David Beazley.
The Video Screening Room
This post-lunch screencast presentation […]
Continue reading David Beazley’s Keynote Talk at PyData Chicago 2016