Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Top 20 open source holiday gifts, how to attract more women to tech conferences, and more



WEEKLY NEWS

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OPEN SOURCE EVENTS

  • Are you planning an open source conference, seminar, meeting, webinar, or some other event in 2014? Raise awareness about your event by submitting it to our events calendar for all of our readers to see and share.

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


It's important to grow interest in the Linux kernel among college students. Using these specific training activities, it's easier to get college students involved.

Want to write a book in five days? Plan a book sprint. Here's how the Google Summer of Code Doc Camp did it, and you can too.

Prepare students for a rapidly changing world by teaching with open source. That's the advice from school IT director Gregg Ferrie, who outlines ways to use open source in the classroom.


Thank someone who has helped you with an open source project, send them an eCard.

ENTERPRISERS PROJECT

Join the open source dialogue about the future of CIOs.


Feedback is a gift. In the Age of the Enterpriser, user input is a gift. Find out how feedback can be used to foster collaboration and garner support for technology initiatives. Are you Enterpriser? Here's how we define it.