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[Osdc-list] This week on opensource.com (March 4) | Vol 5, Issue 1



Welcome new contributors: Mickipedia, Julian Birkinshaw, and Luke Fretwell. We had a great webcast this week with Bill Taylor, be sure to check out the on-demand replay.

This is your weekly snapshot about what’s happening on the site and, of course, to remind you of the different ways you can participate. [http://opensource.com/participate]

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*This week’s articles*

Dru Lavigne: Confessions of a community manager - by Ruth Suehle
http://opensource.com/life/11/2/dru-lavigne-confessions-community-manager

SCALE9x: Changing the world with open source - by Ruth Suehle
http://opensource.com/scale9x

Lend some code to your local representative - by Art Seavey
http://opensource.com/government/11/2/lend-some-code-your-local-representative

What is your management model? - by Julian Birkinshaw
http://opensource.com/business/10/11/what-your-management-model

This one goes out to the fence painters - by Chris Grams
http://opensource.com/business/11/2/one-goes-out-fence-painters

Become a regular contributor - by Chris Grams
http://opensource.com/become-regular-contributor

Education reform wars: Caricaturization, not disagreement, is the problem - by Rebecca Fernandez
http://opensource.com/education/11/2/education-reform-wars-caricaturization-not-disagreement-problem

Neighbors helping NeighborGoods - by Mickipedia
http://opensource.com/life/11/3/neighbors-helping-neighborgoods

What should "Should be" be? - by Jason Hibbets
http://opensource.com/should-be/11/3/what-should-should-be-be

Recap: A Practically Radical webcast with Bill Taylor and Polly LaBarre - by Ruth Suehle
http://opensource.com/business/11/3/today-practically-radical-webcast-bill-taylor-and-polly-labarre

Emergency ignored: Current status of the Patent Reform Act - by Erick Robinson
http://opensource.com/law/11/3/emergency-ignored-current-status-patent-reform-act

Can we use collaboration to solve government's big problems? - by Lori Mehen
http://opensource.com/government/11/3/can-we-use-collaboration-solve-governments-big-problems

Who's really innovative? - by Gary Hamel
http://opensource.com/business/11/2/whos-really-innovative

Zonability founder shares thoughts on apps, open data, advice to civic developers - by Luke Fretwell
http://opensource.com/government/11/3/zonability-founder-shares-thoughts-apps-open-data-advice-civic-developers

I can't bake croissants: a fable on project documentation - by Mel Chua
http://opensource.com/education/11/3/i-cant-bake-croissants-fable-project-documentation


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