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How open source is shaping the future of business and our lives By opensource.com
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The first All Things Open conference is this year in Raleigh, NC. The conference aims to explore open source and the open web in the enterprise. Prior to the event, Opensource.com interviewed some of... More > the speakers: the top developers, technologists, and decision makers exploring and sharing how open source is shaping the future of business and our lives. Download the free eBook This eBook is a collection of those interviews. They open up a free flow of information, of personal thoughts and perspectives, from some of the most important open source leaders in the industry. They run the companies that not only think outside the box, but are building something really special out there: communities, projects, products, and ideas that tackle and solve some of our greatest problems, from tech gadgets and development to business and healthcare.< Less
Open source video editing for beginners: Kdenlive series By opensource.com
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In November 2011, Opensource.com began running what would prove to be one of its most successful series ever: a video editing tutorial by independent multimedia artist Seth Kenlon. Consisting of six... More > installments, this series introduces aspiring videographers to Kdenlive, a powerful multi-track video editor available for GNU/Linux. Kenlon demonstrates how the software can perform both basic and advanced video editing techniques, so anyone—from first-time directors to seasoned veterans—can quickly begin leveraging this freely-available tool. This volume collects Kenlon's short, accessible pieces into a single, comprehensive guide. Expertly written, it stands as a testament to the open source way—knowledge freely shared so others' creative visions might flourish.< Less
Open always wins: A Michael Tiemann collection By opensource.com
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Michael Tiemann is Vice President of Open Source Affairs at Red Hat and former President of the Open Source Initiative. He has written many articles for Opensource.com speaking to the power of the... More > open source way, and part of his process has been to highlight the great ideas of others. Glean insight from a true open source visionary and learn how can you apply those principles to your business, career, life, hobbies, and more with this eBook.< Less
An Open World: Stories from the Open Source Community By opensource.com
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At opensource.com, our mission is to shine a light on the places where the open source way is magnifying ideas and multiplying effort. And we remain especially interested in topics beyond... More > technology—developments in areas like business, education, government, health, law, and everyday life. This collection offers some of our most empowering stories. From the trenches. From the library. From the cubicle. From the capitol. From the classroom and the boardroom and the courtroom. These are our community members—and perhaps you could be in the next edition.< Less
Open Source Yearbook 2015 hardcover By opensource.com
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The 2015 Open Source Yearbook is a community-contributed collection of the year's top open source projects, people, tools, and stories. Topics covered include Linux, LibreOffice, ownCloud, Raspberry... More > Pi, open source community, leadership, Drupal, open hardware, 3D printing, programming, and more.< Less
Open Source Yearbook 2015 paperback By opensource.com
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The 2015 Open Source Yearbook is a community-contributed collection of the year's top open source projects, people, tools, and stories. Topics covered include Linux, LibreOffice, ownCloud, Raspberry... More > Pi, open source community, leadership, Drupal, open hardware, 3D printing, programming, and more.< Less
2016 Open Source Yearbook hardcover By opensource.com
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Opensource.com's second annual community yearbook rounds up the top open source projects, technologies, and stories from 2016. Topics include Linux, Raspberry Pi, creative tools, security,... More > containers, programming trends, gaming, Google, 3D printing, and more. To download the free digital edition of the 2016 Open Source Yearbook, visit: https://opensource.com/yearbook/2016 Be sure to read the 2015 Open Source Yearbook for a look at last year's collection. To download the free digital edition of the 2015 Open Source Yearbook, visit: https://opensource.com/yearbook/2015< Less
2016 Open Source Yearbook paperback By opensource.com
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Opensource.com's second annual community yearbook rounds up the top open source projects, technologies, and stories from 2016. Topics include Linux, Raspberry Pi, creative tools, security,... More > containers, programming trends, gaming, Google, 3D printing, and more. To download the free digital edition of the 2016 Open Source Yearbook, visit: https://opensource.com/yearbook/2016 Be sure to read the 2015 Open Source Yearbook for a look at last year's collection. To download the free digital edition of the 2015 Open Source Yearbook, visit: https://opensource.com/yearbook/2015< Less
Catalyst-In-Chief By opensource.com
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One year after the publication of his 2015 book, The Open Organization (Harvard Business Review Press), Red Hat President and CEO Jim Whitehurst explains what the community of innovative thinkers,... More > writers, and practitioners that coalesced around his writing have taught him about the future of management and work. Catalyst-In-Chief collects Jim's contributions to the ongoing conversation about the ways open source principles can form the bedrock of the twenty-first century's most innovative organizations—and teaches tomorrow's leaders what they'll need to make those organizations great.< Less
Applying Open Source Systems to Government By opensource.com
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At opensource.com, we look at the intersection of open source and government, with a special focus on the ways governments adopt and release new technologies and can cultivate open source... More > communities. We document the way that open source principles—participation, transparency, collaboration, sharing, meritocracy, community, and rapid prototyping—have enormous value beyond the technology sector. Citizen movements around open voting, the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request tracking, and even crowdsourced legislation, represent a growing trend of open source principles within government. This collection features stories about government initiatives around the world, from the first two years of opensource.com. They illustrate the impact of open source on government and vice versa. There is a long journey left and we hope you'll share your experiences with us.< Less

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