Free software is simply software that respects our freedom — our freedom to learn and understand the software we are using. Free software is designed to free the user from restrictions put in place by proprietary software, and so using free software lets you join a global community of people who are making the political and ethical assertion of our rights to learn and to share what we learn with others.
Linaro Connect Asia 2014 (LCA14), March 3-7 in Macao, China, is all about engineering: a full conference devoted to finding solutions to the engineering projects being run within Linaro.
Interested in open science? "Opening Science to Meet Future Challenges" on March 11 in Warsaw, Poland will bring together diverse participants to discuss infrastructural, social, economic and legal aspects of open science and data.
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Getting more women involved in the open source movement will take intention and effort from a lot of different angles to be successful. But what effect might female role models making money and having fun have on efforts to get young women interested in tech?
Great design matters when you are trying to attract people to your open source project. It's not that hard with a little guidance: here are five tips to improve your design process and get more eyeballs on your project.
What do you know about OpenStack? OpenStack making big waves in the cloud computing world, but a lot of organizations are still learning about it. Take our poll and let us know what your comfort level with OpenStack is.
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