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[Osdc-list] This week on opensource.com (March 25) | Vol 5, Issue 4



Welcome new contributors: David Trask and Michael Walsh.

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:

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*This week’s articles*

B Corps: new advancements in a community advancing our communities - by Chris Grams
http://opensource.com/business/11/3/b-corps-new-advancements-community-advancing-our-communities

The hole in the soul of business - by Gary Hamel
http://opensource.com/business/11/2/hole-soul-business

OSS for wealthy nations and societies - by Sachin Dabir
http://opensource.com/business/11/3/oss-wealthy-nations-and-societies

Will IT slowly strangle corporate outposts? - by John P. Muldoon
http://opensource.com/business/11/3/will-it-slowly-strangle-corporate-outposts

Cost savings in The Netherlands: Now you see it, now you don't - by Art Seavey
http://opensource.com/government/11/3/cost-savings-netherlands-now-you-see-it-now-you-dont

Introducing the OER university: 5 Questions with Wayne Mackintosh - by Joseph Thibault
http://opensource.com/education/11/3/introducing-oer-university-5-questions-wayne-mackintosh

A Generational Look at Open Management - by John Adams
http://opensource.com/business/11/3/generational-look-open-management

Students in open source--How do I get started? - by Ruth Suehle
http://opensource.com/education/11/3/students-open-source-how-do-i-get-started

Get open source into your classroom - by David Trask
http://opensource.com/education/11/3/get-open-source-your-classroom

Gov 2.0 guide to Plone - by Michael Walsh
http://opensource.com/government/11/3/gov-20-guide-plone

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