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Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Best of open govenment on Opensource.com this year | Opensource.com - 1 views

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    "As I reflect on another year of open source in government stories, I took a look back at the articles we published on Opensource.com this year to see if there were any noticeable commonalities."
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    "As I reflect on another year of open source in government stories, I took a look back at the articles we published on Opensource.com this year to see if there were any noticeable commonalities."
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Web app open source alternatives | Opensource.com - 0 views

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    "Remember when Sun Microsystems proclaimed that "the network is the computer"? Many people guffawed at that proclamation. What was once a clever slogan is now a reality thanks to the proliferation of web-based applications."
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    "Remember when Sun Microsystems proclaimed that "the network is the computer"? Many people guffawed at that proclamation. What was once a clever slogan is now a reality thanks to the proliferation of web-based applications."
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

The value of open source is the open development process: Scott Wilson OSS Watch | Open... - 0 views

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    "Scott Wilson agrees that open source matters because of open code, but just as important is the process in which the code is made. Open development of code is in the social nature of many programmers, hackers, documentors, and project managers. So, what is it about open development? "
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Steven Klabnik discusses the future of the open web | Opensource.com - 0 views

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    "In the future, the web must be open Posted 18 Jul 2014 by Bryan Behrenshausen (Red Hat) Feed Rating: Give it 1/5 Give it 2/5 Give it 3/5 Give it 4/5 Give it 5/5 (2 votes) "
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Open Source Licenses | Open Source Initiative - 0 views

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    "Open source licenses are licenses that comply with the Open Source Definition - in brief, they allow software to be freely used, modified, and shared. To be approved by the Open Source Initiative (also known as the OSI), a license must go through the Open Source Initiative's license review process."
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    "Open source licenses are licenses that comply with the Open Source Definition - in brief, they allow software to be freely used, modified, and shared. To be approved by the Open Source Initiative (also known as the OSI), a license must go through the Open Source Initiative's license review process."
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Pearl Hacks is a 24-hour hackathon slumber party for girls | opensource.com - 1 views

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    "When I walked into Carroll Hall, for a moment I felt like I was back in college... and at the World's Best Slumber Party. There were tables full of salty snacks, stacks of sleeping bags, and the chatter of excited young women. But, unlike the sleepovers of my youth, talk was about Python, HTML, and Ruby. These were young women interested in learning to code."
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    "When I walked into Carroll Hall, for a moment I felt like I was back in college... and at the World's Best Slumber Party. There were tables full of salty snacks, stacks of sleeping bags, and the chatter of excited young women. But, unlike the sleepovers of my youth, talk was about Python, HTML, and Ruby. These were young women interested in learning to code."
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

GitHub focuses on making scientific research more open | opensource.com - 0 views

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    "Arfon Smith works at GitHub and is involved in a number of activities at the intersection of open science, open source, and online research. He has worked on several successful citizen science projects, like Zooniverse, a platform he co-founded where people can analyze real astronomical data and make significant contributions. Since his move to GitHub, Arfon has broadened his focus to how GitHub can help make academic collaborations behave more like open source ones."
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Interview with Neelie Kroes, VP of the European Commission (EC) | opensource.com - 1 views

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    "Neelie Kroes, VP of the European Commission (EC), has a website called Comment Neelie to initiate and maintain a two-way conversation between herself, as a politician, and the public, as citizens. Kroes says that it's "a channel to communicate, not just broadcast.""
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