Category Archives: open source lab

Southern Hospitality and Saving the World: SELF!

I’m also a big fan of sibilance. I’ll be heading back to South Carolina next week to speak at Southeast Linux Fest on Humanitarian Free and Open Source Software: Saving the World One Bit at a Time.  I (re)met a few … Continue reading

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Notes and More: Press Training for Community Projects

I was fortunate enough to attend Jennifer Cloer’s session at the Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit earlier this month, and her talk Press Training for Community Projects was incredibly useful. Before I say anything else, I want to thank Jennifer profusely for … Continue reading

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New Resource on Humanitarian Free and Open Source Software

I’ve been on the Advisory Board of the Open Source Business Resource for some time, and though I contributed an article two years ago, this month I was fortunate enough to be the Guest Editor for the December issue on … Continue reading

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Three Weeks In: Life at the Open Source Lab

The news about the new job has already hit the Internets, but I haven’t taken the time to update my blog yet. I’m thrilled to be working at Oregon State University’s Open Source Lab as an Open Source Outreach Manager. … Continue reading

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