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[Osdc-list] What open source community? | op ensource.com review – Vol 3 Issue 8

Here is your weekly glimpse of what’s happening on opensource.com.

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

    * Check out our Flickr page: http://www.flickr.com/photos/opensourceway
* We think it’s cool that Forbes.com recently used one of our images [http://blogs.forbes.com/csr/2010/10/21/the-crisis-of-counterfeits-and-transparency-in-developing-world-medicine/]

What is opensource.com? A community for exploring how open source principles like collaboration, transparency, and meritocracy are influencing innovation beyond technology–shaping education, law, business, government, and everyday life.

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]

What open source community?
by Art Seavey

Poll: Guess how many people contribute to Wikipedia
by Jason Hibbets

Citizen and government collaboration: let's work it out.
by Gunnar Hellekson

How Wikipedia works: Webcast with author Joseph Reagle, Thurs. Oct. 21
by Jonathan Opp

Profitable digital content: It's all about the value
by Rebecca Fernandez

Micki Krimmel: NeighborGoods, community building, and open source dating
by Jason Hibbets

Apple, Google, and the open vs. closed positioning war
by Chris Grams

Today: Open Your World webcast with Joseph Reagle, author of Good Faith Collaboration
by Ruth Suehle

Glen Moriarty talks about empowering open education with NIXTY, part 3
by Mary Ann

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

http://opensource.com -- Where open source multiplies

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