Sponsored Developer Resources

Atom 1.0 Feed RSS 1.0 Feed RSS 2.0 Feed


Weblogs by Subject: Open Source

Some Quick Mutt Tips for Sysadmins
So I haven't written the followup to my previous "Introduction to Mutt" blog post, but until I get to that, I figured I should pass along a few timesaving tips I've discovered with mutt. These tips mostly appeal to system administrators, but I can see them being easily adapted to other uses...
- Kyle Rankin [ Jan. 24, 2006 09:58 AM | Subject(s): SysAdmin , Hacks, Linux, Open Source | Permalink]

Don't Give us your Tired Your Poor
Give us your vibrant, exciting, cool, open source Java submissions for this year's OSCON.
- Daniel H. Steinberg [ Jan. 23, 2006 07:26 AM | Subject(s): Java , Open Source | Permalink]

Building up the Advocacy Community
In recent years, Open Source advocacy has taken more of a back seat. Now is the time for us to relight the flame...
- Jono Bacon [ Jan. 19, 2006 07:19 AM | Subject(s): Advocacy , Advocacy, Digital Democracy, Digital Media, Emerging Technology, Enterprise Development, General, Linux, Open Source | Permalink]

Businesses Promoting Open Source Software Development
It's always interesting to see businesses financially promoting open source software development. Here's a living example.
- Jeremy Jones [ Jan. 18, 2006 12:09 PM | Subject(s): Open Source | Permalink]

Call for Open Source Convention .Net Proposals
Calling on all contributors to .Net related open source projects to submit proposals for the 8th annual O'Reilly Open Source Convention. With a newly added Windows track, you have a new venue to share your knowledge and love of .Net with the world.
- Kevin Shockey [ Jan. 18, 2006 12:04 PM | Subject(s): Open Source | Permalink]

Behind the GPL version 3--and beyond
The GPL covers Linux, MySQL, Samba, and many other packages. 2006 is our year to make it robust.
- Andy Oram [ Jan. 18, 2006 03:19 AM | Subject(s): Open Source | Permalink]

Initial report from GPL 3 conference
The newly proposed license embodies both the conservatism and the room for experimentation for which we can take U.S. law as a metaphor.
- Andy Oram [ Jan. 16, 2006 10:41 AM | Subject(s): Open Source | Permalink]

Windows Has Fewer Security Holes than Linux
The conventional wisdom holds that Windows is a security sieve, while Linux is locked down tight. Then why does Linux have three times the number of security holes as Windows?
- Preston Gralla [ Jan. 11, 2006 01:55 PM | Subject(s): Windows , Open Source, Security | Permalink]

A GUI Library For Lisp On OS X
In this post, Christopher introduces the Ltk GUI Library from Peter Herth. This is a pure Lisp bridge between the Lisp programming language and the Tk GUI toolkit that allows Lispniks to create GUI-based applications that will work nicely with Mac OS X as well as any other platform upon which Lisp and Tk can be found.
- Christopher Roach [ Jan. 08, 2006 01:21 AM | Subject(s): Mac , Linux, Mac, ONLamp, Open Source, Programming Languages, Software Development | Permalink]

Curb your need to be right
In the well-connected world of Hollywood, as shown in the TV series "Curb Your Enthusiasm", what you say can have far-reaching effects. It's a lesson techies should learn.
- Andy Lester [ Jan. 01, 2006 09:58 PM | Subject(s): General , Community, Open Source | Permalink]

16 to 30 of 983 Prev Next

Sponsored by:

Weblog authors are solely responsible for the content and accuracy of their weblogs, including opinions they express, and O'Reilly Media, Inc. disclaims any and all liability for that content, its accuracy, and opinions it may contain.

For problems or assistance with this site, email