Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Ways non-programmers can contribute to open source, Raspberry Pi replaces textbook, and more

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WEEKLY NEWS

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OPEN SOURCE EVENTS

Here's what's coming up in November:


The Raspberry Pi has replaced the textbook at the State University of New York at Albany in the class, Information in the 21st Century. Find out how the Raspberry Pi is being used instead of a traditional textbook.


Open source collaboration tool Open Atrium 2 is making it easier for internal teams to collaborate with their partners and constituents. Learn what's changed in the latest release of this intranet-in-a-box.


Twitter's open source manager Chris Aniszczyk talks to us about his favorite open source license, saying it's almost a trick question. He also shares his way of explaining open source to people not familiar with it.