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[Osdc-list] Mil-oss, open religion, SYTYC-OS , and more | opensource.com review – Vol 2 Issue 14

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Mil-OSS working group 2 wrap-up
by John Scott

McKinsey Quarterly and the open source way
by Jeff Mackanic

So you think you can open source
by Jay David

Lawrence Lessig's new journey (part two)
by Gunnar Hellekson

The Secret Lives of Faculty: The Door to Tenure
by Matt Jadud

Five questions about open innovation with Stefan Lindegaard
by Chris Grams

Building a positive meritocracy: It's harder than it sounds
by Rebecca Fernandez

New Public Spaces 2: Practical Design Guidelines
Art Seavey

Give me some of that old-time, open source religion
by bascha

Resources for learning about open innovation
by Rebecca Fernandez

Diaspora arriving September 15
by Ruth Suehle

Illustration: Being a catalyst in communities
by Ruth Suehle

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