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Take a trip through music history with the Great 78 Project

Par clhermansen
Take a trip through music history with the Great 78 Project

A few weeks ago, a friend sent me a link to the Great 78 Project, "a community project for the preservation, research, and discovery of 78 rpm records." The project is supported by the Internet Archive, George Blood, and the


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  • 22 septembre 2017 ร  07:01

4 must-have writing apps for Nextcloud

Par Tati
4 must-have writing apps for Nextcloud

If writing is part of your job or your everyday routine, you might find theย Nextcloudย open source file sync and share applicationย a very useful tool. First, it provides you with free, secure, and easily accessible cloud file storage.


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  • 22 septembre 2017 ร  07:00

Top 5: Emacs and Vim alternatives, Linux cluster admin tips, and more

Par Don Watkins
Top 5 articles for the week of September 22, 2017

In this week's top 5, we take a look at Emacs and Vim alternatives, Linux cluster admin tips, and more.


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  • 22 septembre 2017 ร  07:00

Open Source Summit: Day 2 features TensorFlow, BlockChain, and HitRecord

Par greggpollack
Open Source Summit: Day 2

The actor and founder of HitRecord Joseph Gordon-Levitt kicked off the second day of the Open Source Summit. His open creative community, HitRecord, allows for the evolution of open source film projects. We learned how a company is using BlockChain to fight poverty while keeping plastic out of the ocean, and about how Microsoft and Google are now more deliberate about how they create a culture of openness inside and outside their companies.

Watch as Jason Hibbets and I give you a quick summary of day 2, and I manage to understand what TensorFlow is along the way.


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  • 21 septembre 2017 ร  14:45
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Open source licensing: What every technologist should know

Par hmeeker
Open source licensing: What every technologist should know

If you’re a software developer today, you know how to use open source software, but do you know how and why open source licensing started? A little background will help you understand how and why the licenses work the way they do.


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  • 21 septembre 2017 ร  07:02

How 10,000 people helped us rediscover our purpose

Par DeLisa
How 10,000 people helped us rediscover our purpose

One of the greatest challenges an organization faces as it grows is sustaining, evolving, and scaling the unique set of values and behaviors that differentiate its culture. In my previous column, I shared some research that we've done at Red Hat to tackle this challenge. Today, I'll share an update on our culture project: "Rediscovering Red Hat's Why," which we launched in March.


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  • 21 septembre 2017 ร  07:01

Keeping up with advances in open source database administration

Par Jason Baker
Learning advanced open source database administration

The world of open source databases is rapidly evolving. It seems like every day brings a new release of an open source technology that might make a database administrator's life easier, if only he or she knew about it.


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  • 21 septembre 2017 ร  07:00

Open source-based business lessons from a seasoned CEO

Par arnieswap
Open source-based business lessons from a seasoned CEO

Evan Powell is a serial entrepreneur and served as founding CEO of three companies: Clarus Systems, Nexenta Systems, and StackStorm. Currently the CEO and chairman of Cloudbyte, Powell is also an advisor and investor in a number of startups, including Cloudian, Keewi, TextIQ, Journey Software, and others.


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  • 21 septembre 2017 ร  07:00

An introduction to machine learning today

Par Ulrich Drepper
An introduction to machine learning today

Machine learning and artificial intelligence (ML/AI) mean different things to different people, but the newest approaches have one thing in common: They are based on the idea that a program's output should be created mostly automatically from a high-dimensional and possibly huge dataset, with minimal or no intervention or guidance from a human. Open source tools are used in a variety of machine learning and artificial intelligence projects. In this article, I'll provide an overview of the state of machine learning today.


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  • 20 septembre 2017 ร  07:02

Architecting the future with abstractions and metadata

Par barkerd427
Architecting the future with abstractions and metadata

Abstractions and metadata are the future of architecture in systems engineering, as they were before in software engineering. In many languages, there are abstractions and metadata; however, systems engineering has never adopted this view. Systems were always thought of as too unique for any standard abstractions. Now that we’ve standardized the lower-level abstractions, we’re ready to build new system-level abstractions.


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  • 20 septembre 2017 ร  07:01

Usability testing for early-stage software prototypes

Par Jim Hall
Usability testing for early-stage software prototypes

In this article, Ciarrai Cunneen and I describe how to do a paper-based usability test, using an early redesign of the GNOME Settings app as an example. The updated Settings features in GNOME 3.26, released on September 13.

When writing open source software, we often obsess about making our logic elegant and concise, coming up with clever ways to execute tasks and demonstrate ideas. But we sometimes forget a key fact: Software is not useful if it is not easy to use.


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  • 20 septembre 2017 ร  07:00

Open Source Summit: Day 1 in 5 minutes

Par greggpollack
Open Source Summit: Day 1 in 5 minutes

As you can see in the video below, the first day of the Open Source Summit was quite educational. My day was filled with clouds, containers, community building, flavors of Linux, and Linus Torvalds.

Here are the links that go with the video above:


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  • 19 septembre 2017 ร  15:30

Innersource: How to leverage open source in the enterprise

Par ErinB
Innersource: How to leverage open source in the enterprise

Companies of varying sizes across many industries are implementing innersource programs to drive greater levels of development collaboration and reuse. They ultimately seek to increase innovation; reduce time to market; grow, retain, and attract talent; and of course, delight their customers.

In this article, I'll introduce innersource and some of its key facets and examine some of the problems that it can help solve. I'll also discuss some components of an innersource program, including metrics.


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  • 19 septembre 2017 ร  07:02

How a town uses an open source tool for collaboration and managing large files

Par charlesdj
Open source: collaboration solution for the public sector?

Like many organizations, governments and townships are confronting challenges that involve collaboration and sharing of large files. In today's age of widespread cloud adoption, public institutions may be tempted to view public cloud storage as a simple, low-cost solution to managing data; however, significant concerns persist around security, data protection liability, control, and platform/vendor lock-in.


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  • 19 septembre 2017 ร  07:01

A quick tour of MySQL 8.0 roles

Par Giuseppe Maxia
A quick tour of MySQL 8.0 roles

This year at the Percona Live Open Source Database Conference in Dublin, I'll be discussing a new feature introduced in MySQL 8.0: roles. This is a new security and administrative feature that allows database administrators to simplify user management and increases the security of multi-user environments.


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  • 19 septembre 2017 ร  07:00

The eye-opening power of cultural difference

Par flaper87
The eye-opening power of cultural difference

Inclusivity is the quality of an open organization that allows and encourages people to join the organization and feel a connection to it. Practices aimed at enhancing inclusivity are typically those that welcome new participants to the organization and create an environment that makes them want to stay.


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  • 19 septembre 2017 ร  07:00

We're giving away a Linux-ready laptop from ZaReason

Par Alex Sanchez
ZaReason UltraLap 5330

For the first time ever, Opensource.com is partnering with ZaReason to give away an UltraLap 5330 laptop with Linux pre-installed!

Since 2007, ZaReason has assembled, shipped, and supported hardware specifically designed for Linux, and the UltraLap 5330 is no exception—the 3.6-lb laptop ships with the Linux distribution of your choice and boasts the following hardware specs:


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  • 18 septembre 2017 ร  07:05

3 text editor alternatives to Emacs and Vim

Par ScottNesbitt
3 text editor alternatives to Emacs and Vim

Before you start reaching for those implements of mayhem, Emacs and Vim fans, understand that this article isn't about putting the boot to your favorite editor. I'm a professed Emacs guy, but one who also likes Vim. A lot.

That said, I realize that Emacs and Vim aren't for everyone. It might be that the silliness of the so-called Editor war has turned some people off. Or maybe they just want an editor that is less demanding and has a more modern sheen.


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  • 18 septembre 2017 ร  07:03

7 tips for Linux cluster admins to help keep auditors happy

Par David Dingwall
7 tips for Linux cluster admins to keep auditors happy

The beauty of building extra-large Linux clusters is it's easy. Hadoop, OpenStack, hypervisor, and high-performance computing (HPC) installers enable you to build on commodity hardware and deal with node failure reasonably simply. Learning and managing Linux administration on a small scale involves basic day-to-day tasks; however, when planning and scaling production to several thousand node clusters, it can take over your life, including your weekends and holidays.


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  • 18 septembre 2017 ร  07:00

Ansible announces AWX, 13-year-old keynotes on AI for brain wave analysis, and more news

Par Don Watkins
Open source news roundup for September 3-16, 2017

In this edition of our open source news roundup, we take a look at how a 13-year-old is changing the world with open source, a guide to removing old Linux kernels, and more.

Open source news roundup for September 3-16, 2017


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  • 16 septembre 2017 ร  07:00
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