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FOSS in India: Perspectives of an American Anthropologist

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In her doctoral thesis done at the University of Manchester, UK, titled ‘Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) in India: Mobilising Technology for the...

The 2017 Linux Kernel Development Report ranks us among the top...

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Developing the most relevant solutions for its customers is of utmost importance to IBM’s Linux Technology Center in India. This requires constant interaction and...

FOSS in India: Perspectives of an American Anthropologist

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In her doctoral thesis done at the University of Manchester, UK, titled ‘Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) in India: Mobilising Technology for the...

The Linux Professional Institute: Taking FOSS Exams to the World

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Evan Leibovitch is the director of community relations for the Linux Professional Institute, an organisation he helped found two decades ago “to support the...

Create Cross-platform Mobile Apps Using FOSS Tools

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The mantra ‘Write once, deploy anywhere’ is the principle underlying the development of cross-platform mobile applications. Due to the high demand for mobile apps...

The Ten Best Open Source Tools for Librarians

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Free and open source software (FOSS) offers excellent support to librarians. FOSS and libraries are a natural fit. Librarians often find their budgets under...

Why I Publish Only with FOSS Tools

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Using FOSS tools to publish books can be fun, and is as professional as (sometimes more than) using proprietary software. Here is how I...

Disaster Management: The Role of FOSS

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Climate change is gathering momentum and because of this, the world has witnessed some of the most devastating disasters recently. Tsunamis, cyclones, floods, earthquakes...

Software Freedom Can Lead to Self-Reliance, says DeepRoot Linux Founder

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Abhas Abhinav, founder of the Bengaluru based DeepRoot Linux, is an entrepreneur and hacker specialising in free software and hardware. For him, free and...

FOSS and Higher Education: Made for Each Other, but not Strong...

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It is such good technology, so easy to learn, promotes a sharing culture and could allow Indian techies, in particular, to get a very...