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[Osdc-list] Corporate change: Contributing to open source | opensource.com weekly Vol 4, Issue 2

I bet you're wondering if we had a bad week on the site if we would tell you? I would, but the good news is, we continue to have fresh content from new authors and great traffic. This week, check out Daniel Doubrovkine's first post if you haven't already: Corporate change: Contributing to open source. [http://bit.ly/gaoHgb]

One small thing that you can do this week to help:

* Ask 3 of your friends or co-workers to join our community mailing list and participate in the discussion about adding a points system to the site [http://opensource.com/should-be/10/6/community-mailing-list-created]

The opensource.com team wants to provide you with a weekly snapshot about what's happening on the site and remind you of some of the ways that you can participate. [http://opensource.com/participate]

*Last week's articles*

Poll: Bob Sutton's dirty dozen - the productivity destroyer
by Colin Dodd

De-bucketizing the org chart
by Chris Grams

Creating a context for creativity
by Tim O'Reilly

How Red Hat democratized our corporate citizenship program
by DeLisa Alexander

Keynote by Twitter: following the action at Big Ideas Fest 2010
by Greg DeKoenigsberg

Mozilla Drumbeat festival report--Add your notes
by Ruth Suehle

Facebook's new profile features: A call for openness
by Ruth Suehle

Does WikiLeaks damage the brand image of wikis?
by Chris Grams

Corporate change: Contributing to open source
by Daniel Doubrovkine

Webcast today: Building a Better Boss, with Bob Sutton and Polly LaBarre
by Ruth Suehle

Conflicts in open source business models
by Joe Anglim

What "open data" means -- and what it doesn't
by Melanie Chernoff


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