Dear friends,I hope this message finds the CentOS development family in good health and spirits.Being a volunteer for a non-profit organization for many years, I understand ... [by Zoro]
on 02/10/2010 – Made popular on 02/10/2010
With tight budgets ahead as far as the eye can see, NASA is increasingly looking toward open source technology and the help of a volunteer community to help out. The U.S. space agency hosted its first Open Source Summit this week to reach out to the open source community and explain its often confusing and incompatible open source license....
Often non-profit organizations or small scale businesses have to buy costly administrative software packages to run their organization. It is a heavy cost burden for such organizations with low budgets.
I have many friends who are interested in finding work as professional translators. It occurred to me that they could get some useful volunteer experience by translating Open Source software and documentation.
Most are CS students. They like computers, but Linux is unknown to them. All are fairly fluent in at least 2 languages.
Hope you all are fine.My name is Camron.I am newbie in this community.I like to play basketball and hangout with friends and family.I want to share some issues in this forum.Hope have a great time in this community.
The Linux Foundation (LF) announced that it has accepted the Open Source Automation Development Lab (OSADL) as a new Silver member of the non-profit organization. OSADL, which oversees the development of & Latest Stable& industrial real-time Linux kernel versions, among other projects, will collaborate with LF members on embedded and industrial Linux efforts....
Community. This little nine-letter word is the lifeblood of open source. Barely a day goes by without some aspect of it impacting our lives, be that via Linux, a local book club, your closest group of friends or any one of a million other places. In an age when anyone over 45 seems to have stories about the end of local communities, the open source community is thriving.
I am preparing to attempt my first steps into the linux world and would appreciate advice on where to start. I build websites using Drupal and hope, in the first place, to configure a LAMP webserver for my home network.