Some would claim that Open Source development is enclosed within "agile culture". Some won't.
If they are similar, what does this similarity tell us?
The past July 16th I participated in the Tenerife LAN Party , in its section Tenerife Innova , invited by the Free Software Office of La Laguna University, included in the track titled (free translation from Spanish) Open Source from the Canary Islands, sto...
Oracle tells you straight in the face that they will send in the legal troops should you even try to find out how their stuff works. Yes. Even if you are working on security stuff.
This is why more and more companies "get" it and switch to Open Source. It's YOUR stack. Not THEIRS. I am truly disgusted by this jurassic park attitude.
"I want to reiterate that customers Should Not and Must Not reverse engineer our code"
Ideas to restructure Plasma content delivery system
Last years at Gluon During the past few years at Gluon Project we chose to adopt OCS (Open Collaboration Services) protocol in our distribut
Los seis condenados tendrán que asumir la demolición del Mamotreto
Ha quedado absuelta de todos los cargos la exconcejal de Urbanismo Luz Reverón.
Live From SUSECon: OpenSUSE's openQA Distro Tester is the Coolest, Plus ...
The talented team at OpenSUSE demonstrate the coolest tech at SUSECon: openQA.
Summary about what the openSUSE Team @ SUSE is doing
openSUSE 13.1 is about to be Released (Nov. 19th) and I would like to share what the team I am part of is doing. I joined SUSE in June 2012,
Two risks when working as employee in Free Software communities
I would like to point two risks that I have experienced myself and as manager throughout the last few years working in open environments (Fr