tala’s open source interview (March 17, 2003, 0) - Not one of my most coherent responses, but it must be done.
How do you/does your organization support and advocate Open Source
Software? What activities have you spearheaded or joined in?
I maintain or contribute source code and time to a few open source
projects like the Emacs Planner module. I’ve given several talks at
local Linux events such as
Open source for school projects (December 19, 2003, 0) - I think the idea of using open source for class projects as suggested
by http://www.kegel.com/academy/opensource.html is a good thing. The
page also has
[[http://www.kegel.com/academy/opensource.html][Contributing to Open
Source Projects HOWTO]].
Open source licenses (April 6, 2005, 0) - http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/opensources/book/brian.html has a good explanation of the differences between popular open source licenses.
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Open-source doctor one of Ten Outstanding Young Men for 2005 (December 5, 2005, 1) - Posted by Ricardo Gonzalez on PLUG:
Congratulations to Dr. Alvin B. Marcelo of the
UP-Medical Informatics Unit for winning the
prestigious 2005 TOYM (Ten Outstanding Young Men) in
the field of Medicial/Health Information.
The TOYM award was given for his use of Open Source
Software in his community health based projects.
I think we now have a new “poster boy” for the
A question of scale (January 4, 2005, 0) - Open source allows people to work on an individual basis. Developers
can jumpstart their projects by using existing code, creating software
that answers their own needs and perhaps the needs of a small group of
users that often also contribute improvements. Because the source code
is open, people can easily choose the features they want to include or