Open source news for your reading pleasure. December 9-13, 2013 We scoured the web for some of this week's most interesting open source....>> Read More
Sunday, 15 December 2013
Tuesday, 10 December 2013
Once folks were acquainted with the schedule of events, places of interest, and policies to follow, Free Open Source Software (FOSS) advocate and Director of Open Source Programs at Google, Chris DiBona, addressed the audience:
"The reason you are here is because you deserve to be. The whole point of GSoC is to introduce new developers to FOSS, create more FOSS code, and support projects we think are great. We look at reviews, and the aftermath and say 'did it work?' You are here because it did. Thank you for being there for open source software. Thank you for being there for free software, and for being there for Google. Open source matters to us. The future of open source matters to us. This room, and the people you bring in, without you, it wouldn't be as wonderful in 5-10 years as it is today. " by opensource.com
Sunday, 8 December 2013
Here's a list of 7 hackers and cyber criminals that are most wanted by FBI. These men are wanted for different hacking and fraud crimes that victimized hundreds of thousands of people and led to losses of tens of millions of dollars. - by EFYTimes.com
Wednesday, 4 December 2013
Tuesday, 3 December 2013
Google is definitely a winner in majority of its business ventures. Be it Search, Android or Chrome, Google is indeed the biggest tech giant! But does it always succeed? Well, not really. Here we bring to you 7 Google projects that failed big time, and there are many more unlisted. Moral of the story: even multiple failures are never the end of any voyage! Move on, explore and win!
7 Google Projects That Failed Big Time! -
Monday, 2 December 2013
Sunday, 1 December 2013
Our annual open source gift guide features something for every budget. See what's hot this year. -- by opensource.com
GSoC Doc Camp demonstrated the power of effective collaboration. And, at its core, isn’t that what open source is all about?