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[Osdc-list] This week on opensource.com (March 18) | Vol 5, Issue 3



Welcome new contributors: Gil Yehuda, Dennis Hilgers & Frank T., and John P. Muldoon. We had a great webcast yesterday with Charlene Li on Open Leadership–the replay is available.

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]

One small thing that you can do to help:

    * Check out our new webcast page: http://opensource.com/webcast



*This week's articles*

Community-building and diversity take-aways from PyCon 2011 - by Remy DeCausemaker
http://opensource.com/education/11/3/pycon-update

Free Software University - by John P. Muldoon
http://opensource.com/education/11/3/free-software-university

Extending open innovation to open government: a roadmap for new opportunities in citizensourcing - by Dennis Hilgers & Frank T.
http://opensource.com/government/11/3/extending-open-innovation-open-government-roadmap-new-opportunities-citizensourcing

Routesy founder talks open data, gives advice to civic developers and government - by Luke Fretwell
http://opensource.com/government/11/3/routesy-founder-talks-open-data-gives-advice-civic-developers-and-government

Poll: Can open source take over the world? - by Colin Dodd
http://opensource.com/life/10/11/can-open-source-take-over-world

The threat of parallel filing - by Simon Phipps
http://opensource.com/law/11/3/threat-parallel-filing

Becoming an open leader - by Gil Yehuda
http://opensource.com/business/11/3/becoming-open-leader

Today: Open Leadership webcast with Charlene Li at 2 p.m. (ET) - by ChrisMorse
http://opensource.com/business/11/3/today-open-leadership-webcast-charlene-li-2pm-et

How To: Founding an Open Source Software Center at a University - by David Doria
http://opensource.com/education/11/3/how-founding-open-source-software-center-university

A better way to win: Profiting from purpose - by Raj Sisodia
http://opensource.com/business/11/2/better-way-win-profiting-purpose

Breaking boundaries with collaboration - by Lori Mehen
http://opensource.com/life/11/3/breaking-boundaries-collaboration

What would you open source? - by Jason Hibbets
http://opensource.com/life/11/3/what-would-you-open-source


*The highlights from SXSW*

SXSW: It's all about sharing - by Ruth Suehle
http://opensource.com/life/11/3/sxsw-its-all-about-sharing

The new sharing economy - by Ruth Suehle
http://opensource.com/life/11/3/new-sharing-economy

Great minds don't think alike: Diversity in your collaboration - by Ruth Suehle
http://opensource.com/life/11/3/great-minds-dont-think-alike-diversity-your-collaboration

My prototype beat up your business plan - by Ruth Suehle
http://opensource.com/business/11/3/my-prototype-beat-your-business-plan

Sharing information to improve your health - by Ruth Suehle
http://opensource.com/life/11/3/sharing-information-improve-your-health

Todd Park, CTO of Health and Human Services, on improving healthcare with open data - by Ruth Suehle
http://opensource.com/life/11/3/todd-park-cto-health-and-human-services-improving-healthcare-open-data

Nike improving the environment and communities the open source way - by Ruth Suehle
http://opensource.com/life/11/3/nike-improving-environment-and-communities-open-source-way

Net neutrality in the 15th century - by Ruth Suehle
http://opensource.com/life/11/3/net-neutrality-15th-century

Is crowdsourcing the enemy of innovation? - by Ruth Suehle
http://opensource.com/business/11/3/crowdsourcing-enemy-innovation



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