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[Osdc-list] Telling the open source story | opensource.com weekly Vol 4, Issue 10

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*This week's articles*

An anthropologist's view of an open source community - by Ruth Suehle

Tell us your favorite part of the celebration - by Jason Hibbets

Intersection of core values in open source and domain driven design - by Daniel Doubrovkine

Six ways to build a solid community - by Rebecca Fernandez

Why work? - by Tom Malone

Telling the open source story - Part 2 - by Colin Dodd

GreenXchange, a commons for the global commons, turns one - by Art Seavey

*Hot topic* - A possible game changer for invalidating bad software patents - by Rob Tiller

Will reading your doctor's notes make you healthier? - by Lori Mehen

Critical thinking: Why our students need it and resources for teaching it - by Rebecca Fernandez

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