It's our anniversary and the anniversary of open source software―but we're celebrating you. Why? Because these things require a community of people to be created and thrive.
In this issue
Red Hat and open source anniversaries
- From the editor: We’re 25, thanks to you
- A few words from Red Hat
- 25 things that are better because of Linux (and open source)
- What if open source hadn't caught on?
- What's in store for open source's next 20 years
- Free download: The Open Organization Guide to IT Culture Change
- Open hardware at the intersection of art and innovation
- What happens when we open-source our logo refresh?
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From the editor: We’re 25, thanks to you
Without open source technology, many things we take for granted would look a lot different―or even cease to exist: the internet, smartphones, GPS, air travel, and much more. Including Red Hat. (We, for one, are thankful open source software was invented.)
This year, the term “open source software” is 20, and Red Hat is 25. Neither milestone would’ve been possible without you―developers, customers, partners, pioneers, and open source champions everywhere. This special anniversary issue of Red Hat® Shares is dedicated to you.
A lot has happened in 25 years
A few words from Red Hat
25 things that are better because of Linux (and open source)
Open source has affected so much, it’s hard to pick out a handful of the most critical innovations, but we tried.
2 words: flying robots
What if open source hadn't caught on?
What's in store for open source's next 20 years?
CMSWire asked some open source gurus for their predictions.
The Open Organization Guide to IT Culture Change
Open hardware at the intersection of art and innovation
Meet 3 women who are bringing transparency and inclusivity to art, technology, and culture.
Art for all
What happens when we open-source our logo refresh?
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