Why Do You Choose Open Source?

The Screening Room

Conference keynote speeches can unify attendees around ideals or principles that cut across a broad swath of a particular field. Such was Chris Aedo’s recent OSCON keynote, which he summarizes in […]

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Women Dominate 2016’s O’Reilly Open Source Awards

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In an illustration of the value of diversity, four out of five of the recipients presented with O’Reilly Open Source Awards at this year’s OSCON were women.

The Video Screening Room

At O’Reilly’s […]

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OSCON for the Rest of Us Starts Today

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With the two day training classes and tutorials out of the way, OSCON gets cranked up today for the rest of us — in its new Austin, Texas home.

Things get cranked-up for real […]

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OSCON Deadline Nears, Linux in High Places & More…

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FOSS Week in Review

So before we start it should be noted that our friends on the Isle of Man have deemed today Ubuntu Community Appreciation Day, with the intention of thanking someone in the […]

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OSCON: The Envelope, Please…

OSCON wraps up, as it always does, with its closing remarks, a short talk — this year by Simon Wardley on “Situation normal, everything must change” — and the annually awaited O’Reilly Open Source Awards, […]

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