The top open source rookie projects of the year to watch
Open-source projects underpin many of today's popular apps, software packages, and online services.
If a vendor releases code to the open-source community, license restrictions are removed and software can be integrated into other systems. From Google's end-to-end encryption system E2EMail to the Netflix cross-scripting site vulnerability scanner Sleepy Puppy, open-source development is thriving and thousands of developers contribute their time to improving coding and ferreting out bugs every month.
Start with Scratch: Learn Linux by rolling your own distro
Linux From Scratch teaches you how to bake a complete Linux system, minus cutting-edge details like Docker -- although for those allergic to systemd, you can leave that out too
10 Best Linux Desktop Environments And Their Comparison | 2017 Edition
The Linux world is full of open source software. You have the option of choosing from hundreds of distributions and customize them as per your will. No one slaps you with a copyright even if you change the source code of a distro to fork your Linux distro and release it with a new name. Only one thing the creators may ask you is to give them proper credits because they have also invested their efforts and time.
Using Open Source to Empower Students in Tanzania
Powering Potential Inc. (PPI) aims to enhance education opportunities for students in Tanzania with the help of the Raspberry Pi and open source technology.
“I believe technology is a vital part of the modern human experience. It enlightens. It ties us together. It broadens our horizons and teaches us what we can be. I believe everyone deserves access to these resources,” says Janice Lathen, Founding Director and President of PPI.