blog.lpi.org: While low cost computers, networking hardware and software are helping these countries develop the computer infrastructure they need those are only part of the answer. To really establish a sustainable infrastructure a lot of these countries, who may have been under colonial rule for decades, also need training in entrepreneurship and capacity building.
blogs.techrepublic.com: A project that intends to produce a textbook for instructors who want to teach open source software development processes is asking for contributions.
blogs.computerworld: GNOME, the popular Linux desktop interface, took a hit today. Its popular leader Stormy Peters left GNOME for Mozilla to work on the open Web. This got me thinking. How important our "leaders" to open-source projects?
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groundreport.com: According to a study from OpenLogic, a software services vendor, licensing for open source are used widely in app store apps for mobiles.
informationweek.com: Why do you need to know what companies' developers are up to, including what tools they're using? Developers are the early adopters, and the decisions they make can have a big impact on a business' IT capabilities and strategies for years to come.
opensourcestrategies.com: The success of open source is undeniable. Just about any website you visit today is running on some kind of open source software. Can open source developers create software that directly benefit people, instead of wait for either implementers or the likes of Apple, Google, not to mention Microsoft and Oracle, to do it with our code?
gcn.com: After months of planning, the federal government's data center consolidation initiative should ramp up in January. Through the next year, that effort also could have an interesting ripple effect: a spike in the use of open-source systems. Here's why.
linuxjournal.com: The votes are in! Read on to find out how your favorites fared in this year's awards.