"Project Harmony is like Creative Commons for contributor agreements. We've set out to capture the best practices of free and open source software contributions, across a diverse array of project cultures, communities, and values." said Allison Randal, a community participant in Project Harmony.
What are the ways we can give to an open source community without contributing code? A recent comment to an Opensource.com article[he]nbsp[/he]a career in open source went something like that they wanted to contribute to open source but lacked coding skills.
Logitech just announced two new universal remote controls: the Harmony Ultimate (pictured above) and the Harmony Smart Control (pictured below). Logitech has been a leader of universal remote controls for years and Android fans are going to want to pay attention to these because they both come with the Harmony Hub.
This article is part of an interview series highlighting the speakers of the upcoming All Things Open 2013 conference in Raleigh, NCJason Hibbets wears many hats. One is redhe's a project manager for the open source leader, Red Hat. And, the rest are for newly defined roles in open sourceincluding local government open source advocate and contributor.
I'm looking for a good app that would give me the same features that a Harmony universal remote gives me. I have a harmony remote and now that my phone has an IR Blaster, i guess i'd be ready to sell it if a good app comes by. The harmony remote works by grouping devices by activity.
Glyn Moody talks to Jim Whitehurst of Red Hat: "I think this is the first time I've heard someone as senior as Whitehurst admit something rather profound: that open source solutions save money for customers by doing away with the fat margins for existing computer companies – and thus shri
So, does your company do open source? Really? I'm not talking about using open source. I'm asking if your company takes open source philosophy to heart by walking the walk. I doubt there's any decent- sized company that doesn't use open source. But how many do open source in a business setting? Does your company *do* open source, like, within?