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  • What comes after open source? Bruce Perens is working on it
    Lastly, isn't redhat an enthusiastic supporter of open source ? The domain https://opensource.com/ is literally copyrighted and supported by redhat... - Source: Hacker News / 7 months ago
  • Fedora Program Manager Laid Off As Part Of Red Hat Cuts
    I listen to the 2.5 admins podcast. On the episode that came out a few days ago they were talking about RedHat quietly shutting opensource.com (all the contributors have been told no more submissions, but nothing publicly said) but also that RH were about to do some bigger pivoting away from open source in general although they couldn't speak on the record about that meant. Source: about 1 year ago
  • What's the best browser for Windows?
    "Most importantly, Firefox is fully open source. It's an excellentbrowser with nothing to hide. It's got no ulterior motive aside fromkeeping the web open, educating people about the Internet, and promotingopen source solutions to everyday tasks." - Seth Kenlen, opensource.com. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • What is Open Source
    The best way to learn about open source is to start participating actively in open source. Github is a wonderful place to get started with open source as it is one of the largest online repositories for open-source software. You can also check out opensource.com for a more in-depth breakdown of the topic Open Source. Communities are also a great way of learning about open source as you get to interact with other... - Source: dev.to / about 2 years ago
  • How to get started with Open-Source
    According to opensource.com, Open Source can be defined as: something people can modify and share because its design is publicly accessible. - Source: dev.to / over 2 years ago
  • Article: Learn Perl in 2022
    It's not hard to submit an article to opensource.com I've done it a couple of times and they were really cool about it. If anyone is concerned with the Perl content that's being posted there, I highly encourage you to submit your own article. You might be pleasantly surprised. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Dynamic wallpapers on your Linux distro
    I spoke Greek, right πŸ˜…? I recommend checking out the following posts: πŸ‡§πŸ‡· What can you do with Shell Script? From Diolinux blog, πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ Linux Jargon Buster: What is a Cron Job in Linux? Made by It's FOSS and πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ How to use cron on Linux written by the opensource.com team. - Source: dev.to / over 2 years ago
  • How to start A Linux NGO?
    I do not think this is a good place to start, as Pop!_OS is build mainly for commercial products (not that System76 could sponsor such initiative, but most people here are users actually). Instead, I would start with something like Free Software Foundation (fsf.org) or maybe opensource.com. I do not know if they have any subreddit, but I am sure you can find some way to contact them. Good luck. Source: almost 3 years ago
  • How I created my first static website, with zero experience (2/∞)
    Seth Kenlon wrote a persuasive article for opensource.com a couple of years ago, entitled How writers can get work done better with Git. In it, he argues that the content publishing market has flattened for writers: now, as in 2019, a single source of plaintext truth is preferable. Write your words as words, he says, and let the publishers worry about delivery:. - Source: dev.to / almost 3 years ago
  • Windblows is honestly a hot pile of garbage on a server
    Not RHEL in particular, but I think it's cool that Red Hat has an ecosystem of refined multimedia entertainment like the Command Line Heroes podcast. They also do learning resources like their Twitch streams, YouTube, opensource.com, and their Enable Sysadmin site. Source: about 3 years ago
  • Unable to "connect to server" after upgrade and clean install
    Can you ping any of the servers using an ipaddress? If so then the problem is probably systemd-resolve. There are some articles on opensource.com where you can find more information. Source: about 3 years ago
  • Runlevels
    Now the concept of a runlevel is absolutely still around. It's just called "targets" now and are a lot more agile than a "random" number that every distribution had their own interpretation of. If you look at the "opensource.com" link you'll see a mapping that is correct for CentOS/Fedora systems when it comes to how these distributions defined runlevels. But notice how much easier it is to remember. Source: about 3 years ago

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