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Yet some individuals tend to hold a bigger megaphone than the rest of us. Some of these people are well recognized while others exist in open source niches. But collectively they’re all the most vocal, followed and re-posted open source commentators in the community today. These are people you need to know. In compiling our ranking of the most powerful voices in open source, we struggled to find the appropriate metrics to measure both broadcast power and profundity. I believe we got the MPV formula right by asking the right questions. We first set out to determine reach by examining the number of followers and buzz an individual has on sites like Twitter and Google.
Get Flash An Introduction to Open Source Economic Development Thriving on the New Economic Development Frontier November 6, 2008 Ed Morrison Purdue Center for Regional Development I-Open Produced with Yudu - www.yudu.com. All things Elgg. Over 50 Free, Must-Have Open Source Resources. By Sam Dean - Nov. 20, 2009Comments (4) On a regular basis, we at OStatic round up our ongoing collections of open source resources, tutorials, reviews and project tours.
These educational toolkits are a big part of the learning mission we try to preserve at the site. We regularly collect the best Firefox extensions, free online books on open source topics, free tools for developers, resources for working with and enjoying online video and audio, Linux tutorials, and much more. In this post, you'll find an updated set of more than 45 collections and resources. Hopefully, you'll find something to learn from here, and the good news is that everything found in this post is free. 1. Sure the world of digital music is loaded with copyright sharks, DRM and other undesirables, but it's also increasingly teeming with cool, free open source tools and applications. It used to be that open source video tools were scarce and often fraught with problems--but no more. 2. 3. 4. 5. Shred It! 6.
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