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Should We All Be Contributing to FOSS?


"What can we non-athletes do? Test software. Install it. Try it every-which-way," advised Robert Pogson. "Make suggestions. Make choices. Write documentation. Teach folks how to use the software. Write bug reports. All of these are every bit as necessary as the code-jockeying ... . Software without users is like maths without an application, apple pie without cheese, a kiss without a squeeze."
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Defending the Free Linux World


Co-opetition is a part of open source. The Open Invention Network model allows companies to decide where they will compete and where they will collaborate, explained OIN CEO Keith Bergelt. As open source evolved, "we had to create channels for collaboration. Otherwise, we would have hundreds of entities spending billions of dollars on the same technology."
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Re: Has Canonical Found the Keys to the Computing Kingdom? 9  milleman   2012-04-11 04:51:12 
Re: Linux on the Desktop - Dead Again? 8  hairyfeet   2012-04-08 15:12:07 
Re: The Day Canonical Pushed Kubuntu Out of the Nest 2  hairyfeet   2012-04-07 00:41:05 
Re: Iceland Has the Hots for FOSS 2  hairyfeet   2012-03-28 22:51:03 
Re: TEA: A Smooth Text Editor That Hits the Sweet Spot 2  ricegf   2012-03-25 03:17:43 
Re: The Surprisingly Juicy Desktop Linux Market Share Report 7  jazzyjeph   2012-03-23 02:38:21 
Re: Is Fragmentation Breaking the Android Dev's Will? 2  DennyCrane   2012-03-22 09:51:06 
Re: Is It Wrong to Make a Profit From FOSS? 3  hairyfeet   2012-03-20 01:51:44 
Re: LXDE: This Lightweight Distro Isn't Missing Much 5  kmunet   2012-03-19 23:34:25 
Re: Android Tablets and Windows 8: Let the Games Begin 3  dewey711   2012-03-17 10:56:02 
Re: Open Source Coopetition Fueled by LF Growth 2  pogson   2012-03-13 07:56:31 
Re: OpenSUSE, Linus' Daughter, and a Question of Security 2  hairyfeet   2012-03-11 14:49:44 
Re: Linux Loses Flash Player - but Does Anyone Care? 12  hairyfeet   2012-03-05 13:40:38 
Re: Raspberry Pi and Cotton Candy: Computing's Newest Treats 2  hairyfeet   2012-03-05 13:28:27 
Re: Loophole Could Give Android Devs a Private Picture Show 2  WorBlux   2012-03-02 17:34:23 
Re: Canonical's Ticking Time Clock 3  dianemueller   2012-03-01 15:54:22 
Re: Why the World Is Desperately Seeking Linux Talent 2  naryfa   2012-02-29 19:53:33 
Re: Is Windows 8 a Linux Copycat? 4  hairyfeet   2012-02-26 06:06:03 
Re: The New Face of Ubuntu 2  ricegf   2012-02-21 22:35:18 
Re: Open APIs Are the New Open Source 7  jrep   2012-02-21 14:16:38 

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