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[Osdc-list] Sony chooses open, Charity in the modern age | opensource.com review, Vol 3, Issue 13

It was a short week here in the US as the Thanksgiving holiday was observed last week. There was decent traffic on the site with over 20,000 page views and 8 new posts. We had a new author, Kiran Nigam, write about Cooperative principles can be applied in school settings and an update on the new share buttons recently added to the site.

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Telling the open source story - Part 1
by Colin Dodd

How open access to research benefits us all
by Rebecca Fernandez

Theft! A History of Music—Part 1: Plato and all that jazz
by Ruth Suehle

Cooperative principles can be applied in school settings
by Kiran Nigam

Diaspora private alpha just released
by Ruth Suehle

Charity in the modern age: How do I give without getting got?
by bascha

Making it easier to share
by Jason Hibbets

Sony chooses open
by Ruth Suehle

Jason Hibbets, RHCSA :: Twitter: @jhibbets
Project Manager | Brand Communications + Design
Red Hat :: 1801 Varsity Drive :: Raleigh, NC  27606

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