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[Osdc-list] 1-year recap, Education without limits | opensource.com weekly Vol 4, Issue 9

We had a great week on opensource.com, celebrating our 1-year anniversary. Thanks for stopping by and seeing what’s new. Here is a recap of all the things that happened last week as well as all the new articles published.

Two small things that you can do this week to help:

1) Earn some points and vote in this poll: What was your favorite part of the 1-year anniversary celebration? - http://opensource.com/should-be/11/1/tell-us-your-favorite-part-celebration

2) Take our reader survey - http://opensource.com/life/11/1/looking-input-our-first-reader-survey

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*

Beta points and badge system - by Jason Hibbets

Reflections on one year of opensource.com - by Jim Whitehurst

Matt Jadud: Moderators' Choice Award winner

A State of the Union address delivered the open source way? - by Chris Grams

What does Google's management change say about the open source way? - by Chris Grams

State of the Union: Is collaboration boring? - by Melanie Chernoff

Twitter giveaway winners

Obama bets big on open ed -- with one little catch - by Greg DeKoenigsberg

Spotlight on our community - by Jason Hibbets

Facebook's new sponsored stories feature: Are you ready to be in your favorite companies' ads? - by Ruth Suehle

Looking for input: Our first reader survey

VIDEO: Education without limits: Why open textbooks are the way forward - by Mike Esser

People's Choice Award winner: Máirín Duffy

Best images of 2010 and how to contribute the next one - by Libby Levi

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