Tuesday, November 12, 2013

How to write your book using Linux, making Docker work on Fedora, and more



WEEKLY NEWS

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OPEN SOURCE EVENTS

Here's what's coming up in November:

  • Forum PHP 2013 is billing itself as "the most important international talks cycle dedicated to the language and its ecosystem in France." The forum is Nov. 21-22 in Montrouge, Paris, France.

  • Open Source Licensing in an Agile Environment is a webinar scheduled 9 a.m. EDT on Nov. 20.

  • Check out the events calendar to see other upcoming open source events and submit your own!


Docker is generating a lot of interest in the Fedora community. Red Hat principle software engineer Alexander Larsson
explains the steps being taken to make Docker work on Fedora.

An open source disruption of education can be truly powerful and transformative in the world, but for that to happen, computer science educator Matt Jadud says this must happen first.

"American Idol" has perfected participation. Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst outlines what open source projects and communities can learn from American Idol's success


Browse the library of free open source-related eBooks from Opensource.com.

ENTERPRISERS PROJECT

Join the open source dialogue about the future of CIOs.


"Chief Lateral Thinking Officer." CIOs are responsible for more than ever. So is it time for a new job title? Here are a few suggestions from The Enterprisers Project. Check them out and share your C?O.