Free and open source software has a long and interesting history. It can trace some of its origins back to Richard Stallman’s annoying issue with a printer or to Linus Torvald’s computer science project while studying at the University of Helsinki.
Things have certainly changed since then.
Open source software is no longer […]
The image of open source software has changed. No longer seen as the geeky, slightly awkward alternative to mainstream software, it’s now trendy, fashionable and super-cool.
Well, OK, it still has the geeky edge and it’s still all about innovation. However, it has grown and matured to the point where everyone from small […]
The following article has been contributed by Carla Schroder, Technical Writer at the SUSE Documentation Team.
In my needlessly-humble opinion, one of the most vital elements in FOSS is building bridges to new contributors. A fine way to do this is to lower the barriers to entry with amazing fun hardware. […]